Chariot Amsterdam Apartment
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- Free parking
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... so we had to leave Brora at "7.15-7.30am" but we all know in Peter Etheridge time that actually means 7.00am prompt. The journey to Inverness was good, and since we were ahead of schedule we used that time wisely trying to find a parking space. There literally wasn't any! Cars were parked on grass verges around the car park.. the long stay car park was full so we had to resort the the short stay one. We checked in our bags to find out there was already ...
... of the 'Red Light District'. Amsterdam is such an interesting city and this part of town was nothing like I've ever seen before. Prostitution is something that has been tolerated since the the Middle Ages but it's been legal there since the year 2000. It's a controversial issue but it's my belief that prostitution is going to take place whether it's legal or not - I doubt there is a country on earth where it doesn't occur - and, though it's not my cup of tea, ...
... of us at the passenger terminal - straight onto the ship but had to wait until 1:30pm to get into our cabin. Spent the time at a table in the buffet restaurant and had a light lunch.
The ship and the cabin are excellent and the condition is the best we have experienced on our cruises so far. The cabins have been recently refurbished and it looks like new. We are on Deck 9 and our cabin is under"a large overhang so that will protect us from the sun ...
... would undoubtedly be a downhill slant. Relax and enjoy your 11-14 hour drive to Berlin! I figured out the bus sold 1.50 beers that had the oldskool bottle openers with the metal squeegie pull downs on it! A few of those deep and the German police decide to pull us over and check everyone on the bus for their Passports. They called in every Asian’s passport’s numbers. It was an odd feeling, but I am glad none of those skunks made it on board. Berlin, here we ...
... square. The park was very relaxing to ride through as we didn't have to contend with trams. Our tour leader was hilarious. He was from California and was definitely stoned. Carla and I left the group to visit the Van Gogh museum. It was really good. They had a floor dedicated to art analysis techniques. We got stroopwaffles as a snack - ...