Marcel'S Creative Exchange - Boutique Hotel
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... learning about its history.
Dam Square, home to the Royal Palace, may not be as resplendent as the ones found in other European cities but it is a good place to relax and unwind at one of the many nearby cafes or restaurants. Only being there a short time I jumped in a small Irish bar called Slainte, down one of the streets running off the square. And 'slain' was exactly how I ...
... straight out to walk around town. We got lost... a lot. but we had some lunch of chips and then went up a shopping strip where we were completely lost. Once we asked where we was we went for dinner to a french/Belgium place. Unfortunately when we arrived it was closed for a private function. But the waiter was lovely and told us of some nice places to eat.
I am not sure what it is with public transport on this trip but after 3 train changes and a couple of delays we are now in Amsterdam 4 hours after leaving Bruges.
We had only booked our accommodation the night before and being our first time using airbnb we were equal parts keen and anxious to find out what our place was going to be like. Any trepidation we had though soon went as we were greeted at our room for the next day and revelled in ...
... light here that when it was 10 PM at night we just didn't realize it. We enjoyed a few brewskis and a light dinner at an outdoor restaurant on a narrow little street and then came back to the hotel.
A full day but with a few holes in it since we missed our planned canal ride and the Van Gogh Museum. We'll do a canal ride in Bruges.
Tomorrow we take the train to see Joke in Zaandam. See you there!
NOTE:Added some pictures!
... for bed.
We left the hotel at 9:00. The hotel provided us with breakfast of a croissant and a baguette with either chicken or cheese. The croissant was good, but overall it was way too much bread. We had a lecture from a professor at the University of Amsterdam. Her presentation was our first exposure to politics and policies around prostitution in Amsterdam. She explained the Dutch approach, which is that they know that there will always be ...