Bed and Breakfast Amsterdam
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First BandB we have ever stayed at, normally a 4 or 5 star hotel girl. Busy travelling so this is a very quick review. Awesome helpful warm and professional host, great info, lovely room and facilities and area come location. East transport links close and walking easy to city for moderate fitness - 2km. Ver clean and comfortable. I would highly recommend and would stay again if coming to Amsterdam. We had tulip room and 4 night stay.
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There was a bit of rain this morning but we were not phased as we had packed for it, so we put on our wet weather gear and set off to view some windmills near Zaandam. Vernon’s blue “mack in a sack” rain jacket has given rise to a new name; Smervin as he looks like a smurf.
While we were waiting for a tram a huge boat …
We arrived in Amsterdam after a long 13 hr flight from Kuala Lumpur. I had misplaced our “no jet lag” pills when I did our final pack in KL so were also not feeling as bright as perhaps we could have, but in reality not that bad and not jet lagged - just a wee tired. My Chinese nausea pills are apparently also good for travel sickness …
... found the cycles quite annoying. They seem to have precedent around the city, and go very fast. Pedestrians have to have their wits about them as what may look like a footpath suddenly materialises as a shared space, and with all the cycles going past, there ain't much sharing. Because the roads are quite narrow, loading trucks park on the footpath, and to get past them you need to go onto the road. On many of the one way streets, bikes ...
... in love with it. And it was a rainy day!
One more night until I can pick up Mira from the airport. Stopping somewhere just outside Sofia, I meet Mario, a Bulgarian interior designer who likes his beer. The way he dresses and acts I find it hard to believe he is an interior designer. The next morning he takes me to his home, where he explains his designer skills. Seeing his out-in-the-wild free style home I totally agree he can make something out of nothing. ...