Garden View Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... led us through the red light district, and color me surprised that there are literal red lights. Who knew. I found the whole prostitute-on-display thing both a bit sad and quite repellent. Sad, because it felt less like empowered sex workers and more like tourist windows displays of Sex Disneyland, and repellent because OMFG the European men on dirty weekends were the kind you'd cross the street to avoid walking past, and these red-light women would ...
... good English and gave us a brief tour of our little place. He also brought out numerous maps & guide books and gave us a few pointers on navigating around the local area as well as pointing out the nearby market. Taking advantage of a break in the weather we headed out on foot to the market approximately 1/2 a kilometer away. The walk took us along the water front where many canal barges and boats are tied up and used as homes. The market was an old green ...
... weren't working, so I got in the very crowded bike lane to cross the street. The bike area was overflowing, so I did what the Dutch do and waited in the bike lane, making sure that other bicycles can pass around me. Then this guy with a loud boom box, bags, and really long hair came over a bridge and went right for me. He had a very slow reaction time and couldn't swerve out of the way. I saw him coming, and moved forward as much as I could. ...
Travelling to Amsterdam after not shift on a couple of hours sleep was not the best idea, and Luton airport is probably one of the furthest airports from our place, however after a quick kip on the plane I was ready to brave public transport to get to the city and meet Brooke. First thing I noticed was the double decker trains, very cool!
I met Brooke in the lobby, and, to be honest, didn't recognise him at first! First there was the ...
... located in the heart of Amsterdam, is a stark reminder of the effects these atrocities had on their citizens, especially children. This moment of silence had a much deeper meaning to me that I will carry with me for remembrance days in the future. After playing the Dutch national anthem the airport returned to its previous hustle and bustle and Amanda and I boarded our plane to Africa! On to the next part of the adventure. Mary and ...