Cake Under My Pillow

Address: Eerste Jacob van Campenstraat 66, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Oud-Zuid area of Amsterdam, is near Heineken Experience, Albert Cuyp Market, Oudzuid, and Zuiderbad (indoor).
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      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jan 06, 2015

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      It was a very long night last night. We both had trouble sleeping -- probably because of the long nap we took yesterday morning. We got up about 8:00 and had breakfast at the hotel. We wanted to do a little shopping before getting on the ship -- get some wine and a few other items. We got directions to the local shopping center (Hoofddorp Centre) at the hotel desk, and headed out. It was coldy and cold, but not too bad for walking. It was about a 20 minute walk and ...


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      ... understand each other. Most people speak excellent English, as kids learn it in school from an early age. A few key phrases to include: hallo (hello); tak (thank you); ja (yes); and nei (no). They have 26 letters in the alphabet plus 3 more; "ae", "o" with a slash over it, and "a" with a circle over it.

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