Heren Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam
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So having made quite a few trips to the land of clogs and windmills previously (thanks to Nik's dutch heritage) we decided against taking on central Amsterdam for our short stay, and instead chilled with Nik's cousin Inge.
It was definitely the better decision. We had a great time catching up. I would highly recommend that ...
... br> We caught a tram to central station instead and boarded a one hour canal cruise. Much more interesting for Indy, however towards the end she found it way more fun to throw a jumper over my head for a game of peek a boo. I saw the sights if Amsterdam through a cream coloured cardigan - but it was still very enjoyable. Indy did become very upset when a beautiful big white swan swam under the bridge and we couldn't see it anymore. I told her it was "gone" ...
... from our room joined us at 11, Bruno and Viviana. After a bit of wandering we found a nightclub with free entry but headed off just after one. A little while chatting and now I'm in bed. Only 3am, early one compared to Contiki. Haha.
Chatting is interesting as Viviana is from Argentina and speaks as much English as I speak Spanish. Good practice for next week. Bruno speaks English and Spanish, albeit with a massive ssstutter, so he helps when I get ...
... I expected...and one or two things I didn't! Once out of its central cesspit, however, Amsterdam is quite an impressive city. Like Venice, it is built around an extensive canal system, although the Dutch version is a bit more patterned, and therefore not quite as easy to get lost within! It also houses a number of world class museums (some of which I visited, most of which I didn't), and other 'mainstream' tourist attractions, a couple of which are worth a mention. The first ...
... on my feet. And I don't really think I was as high as most people do, partly because I didn't have much. It was kind of like being drunk but I had better control of my body. Things also started to hit me in stages and just when I felt like it was wearing off, something would happen that would make me realize it wasn't. By some miracle I found the Red Light District using only landmarks I had remembered seeing earlier in the day. Being high in ...