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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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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 …
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 …
... then it was off into town for a canal cruise and a walk through the 'cultural' area of the city.
A few people decided to partake in one of the many coffee houses, I instead partook in a pancake with banana and chocolate.
Then back to the hotel to catch up on some sleep
... ropes. At the end I found some people to play a game of hit the punching bag into each other. Now that is true fun.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
Today was the day of art. Paintings galore. We all got our walking feet on, and went to the Van Gogh Museum. We took an audio tour around the museum, ( mom and I were the only ones enjoying all of the famous art. Apparently it was number one on the list of things to do in Amsterdam. I loved how al ...
... area with every kind of tulip, hyacinth and crocus you can imagine. As well as some sweet treats that we had to try out too! The Dutch Apple Pie was AMAZING!!! I thought my eyes were going to roll back into my head on that one! We explored the gardens for about 3 1/2 hours including climbing a windmill (only about 20 steps, so I had it easy today) to see out into the tulip fields. Let's just say I don't go speechless very often, but this ...