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... that time to have coffee and cake at a great looking cafe but we both needed to go to the bathroom.
We went to the bathroom first which left us with about 15 minutes in Amsterdam.
We returned to the coffee shop and gulped down some coffee and a pancake and we saw that our bus had arrived early.
We still had 5 minutes in Amsterdam, but it was getting cold so we got on the bus and went back to the ship.
That was our day in ...
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... Switzerland. One beef I have with Switzerland is how bloody expensive everything is! Not to mention that you have to exchange your money into Swiss Francs (they insist on being different) in order to buy anything. Other than that, we were captivated by the beautiful mountains, lakes and waterfalls that surrounded the towns we stopped in. First stop was Lucerne, one of the larger cities, where we were dragged off to a Swiss watch/knife store and badgered to spend more ...
... proper Dutch meal we stopped in at a bistro for dinner, where I was tempted to order more bittenballen, but instead settled for fresh local produce - fish in a butter wasabi sauce with carrots and I was not disappointed, and would go as far as to say it was the best fish I’ve had in a long time!
After dinner, we headed for a canal cruise to see the sights from the water. Neither of us had realised quite how ...
... it together this time. What got me was a short interview with Otto Frank, the only survivor. I'm sure I've seen it before but this may be the first time it actually seeped into my consciousness.
Afterward, we walked a little farther into the Jordaan neighborhood and went to a "coffee" house. The Dutch are usually so straightforward that I'm not sure where the sudden wink-wink coyness comes from. Why not "smoke shops"? At any rate, you can get coffee and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTulipa B&B Amsterdam
Excellent room; plenty of room and nice amenities.
Room is up a steep narrow flight of stairs but the host carried luggage up and down for us. Breakfasts were very good, but only one choice each day. Hosts were very nice but a little regimented - we had to be precise about time for breakfast etc.
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