B&B Le Maroxidien
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... have now met in a 3rd country. The sex show was very odd and I will just share that I can not look at a cigar the same way again! After this we felt we needed a shower but instead decided to drink Canadian style! We had many many drinks, had a walk to Cam's place for more wine then a daylight walk back to our airbnb. The next day we met with Nadya's friend and walked around and consumed amazing fries. We then visited the famous "Iamsterdam" sign. We then attempted to go ...
... saved it all for after my hike.
I was able to check into my hostel right away and I scored the sweet spot bed right next to the window. It’s going to be in the high 80’s and mid 90’s while I am here, and the hostel has no air conditioning. So, the window bed is a definite plus. The hostel is quite interesting, but after some of the refuges I have been in, I know what’s important. Is the room clean? Yes. Is the ...
... souvenirs, chocolate, toys, and in between them are all kinds of eating places, both inside seating and carry out. Ice cream shops are plentiful also! The building architecture is phenomenal. It’s hard to resist taking pictures of every building you pass because of the ornate facades.
Before we realized the time it was almost 7 and we hadn’t eaten so along ...
... in a browse/sample products from of one of the exquisite chocolate shops.....a sugar high soon followed as they were simply delicious.
Back to our digs and it was time to take possession of our jalopy for the next 3 weeks. A brand spanking new Peugeot which is very nippy and has a lovely english lady speaking on the sat nav (thank heavens for that!).
... and the bets toilet floor I have ever seen: concrete studded with beer bottle tops to create a mosaic effect! I started with a fresh German-style Dutch weissbier, moved on to a delicious pumpkin ale, and scoffed a hefty chunk of goats cheese with it, and finished with a lovely creamy porter which seemed the beat choice to warm me up before I headed off into the winds again. Like everything else in Amsterdam, the prices were high, but in ...