B & B 1680
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... the movement of people in this city is like any other. Trams are long, low and ubiquitous. They look very modern and are operated professionally. They have a driver and a conductor at the back who sells tickets from a small both in the tram. If your card doesn't work, he'll be the one to deal with. Next are cars, same as any other city. After that are two wheeled vehicles including bikes and scooters which have their own lanes, either on the right side of the road ...
... nap and turns out the other girls had a nap too so it was all good. I got the tram to Tashas hostel and we made our way to Emily's. We started walking but got lost so we got a tram. They are so easy to use and so cheap too. We picked up Emily and we were all starving so we searched and searched for a sushi place. We found an ALL YOU CAN EAT sushi place. We got inside started ordering and the lady says, if there is any left over you get charged. ...
... it was now time to go as the museum was closing.
Rain had fallen while we were in the museum, so we started walking back to the hotel. Spotting a Friet and Falafal restaurant, we ducked in for a quick bite.
After, we headed back to our hotel, enjoying the many lights of Amsterdam. Time for bed.
And what of the 100 Days? Well, today was the 100th day in Europe for both Mac and Josie.
Tomorrow: The Vincent Van Gogh Museum and the ...
... a local spot, Frenzi Restaurant, for lunch. I ordered (what I assume is) the Dutch equivalent of grilled cheese: cold cheese, on cornbread, with a drizzle of balsamic. Somehow, when the cheese isn't grilled, you feel more adult.
Then Frances took us to HartjeOost - a restaurant, coffee shop, clothing store and homegoods store ... wait for it ... ALL IN ONE. Just add a movie theater and library and I'd never leave. ...
... had an issue on that track. We had to transfer to an intercity train. This put us into Amsterdam only 1 1/2 hours later than intended and since the guy at the bed and breakfast would be waiting we decided to take a cab from the train station. That still cost less than their 30 Euro fee for the Belgian train! What are they thinking, their train is a special as their chocolate? Not likely.
Anyway, time for bed. We've had supper and tomorrow is fast ...