Amsterdam At Home Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... br> city with a walk around the central area taking in the beauty of the canals and
old buildings. Our first history lesson was
a visit to the Anne Frank Museum which we all found very confronting. It is hard to believe that eight people hid
from the Nazis for two years right in the centre of Amsterdam and above a
factory where people were working each day, not daring to make a sound during
the day or being able to go outside for fresh air. ...
Today we did one of those hop off hop on tours. This is a great way to see a lot of the city in a single day. We started off at Central Station and rode the bus to Magna Plaza. Magna Plaza is a very ornate shopping mall type area which used to be a post office. From there, it was a short walk to Dam Square. After taking a few photos in Dam Square, we went into Nieuwekerk and the Royal Palace.
It was interesting doing the palace and the churches with my Dad ...
We must have taken too long to hit the breakfast buffet this morning, as everyone else was there at the same time and we had to wait for a table. What a blow, people in between us and bacon, eggs, pancakes, pastries, etc, etc. We are fond of this brekky idea.
Today was a blank day in the green file, with only suggestions of what to do. Options were cruise the canals around the city, do the Heineken Experience and/or head out to see some of the countryside. ...
... volume of bicycles everywhere. In fact the photograph on this blog of the bicycle park at Central Station is representative of the amount of bicycles that are owned in this city. In fact, it seems that bicycles dominate the entire city. Cycle paths are segregated from the main road to protect cyclists from car drivers. However, it would appear that this is often at the expense of pavements for pedestrians. In fact, I think Amsterdam must be one of the most dangerous cities ...
... to bed around midnight. ... Paul and I awoke about 9am and Elle was already up. We then slowly got ready, Elle hired a bike and we rode into town. The weather was much better today. It was overcast but no rain thankfully. We rode through Jordan searching for vegan restaurants and places to eat. Elle had marked them out on her very cool map and it was like searching for treasure. Elle has a map which is called a crumple map. It is waterproof and you can scrunch it up ...