Chariot Amsterdam Apartment
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... or Budapest. It is a city of bicycles with more bicycles than people. People use bicycles as a means of transportation to and from places and bike lanes are thoroughfares - mini highways. These are not for scenic drives. There is no tolerance for neophytes, and cyclists are very aggressive. If you're slow or unsteady they will simply swerve around knocking you over if necessary. And as a pedestrian, Watch Out! If you are in a lane by mistake you'll be yelled at, ...
A bit later in the evening, following a dinner that would have been very nice if not for the extremely loud table next to us (you can’t take Americans anywhere!) we decided that we should venture towards the Red Light District to have a quick look at one of Amsterdam’s most famous areas. Along the way we happened upon a very busy little bar and decided to pop in for a quick drink and it turned out to be one of Amsterdam’s ...
... taken a little longer than expected! So in 4 days we have been to 3 cities. I have written full blogs for most of these days. However at the moment these are on my laptop. I had an inverter fitted before I left the UK which should allow me to charge such things. Unfortunately though it seems that I have some electrical issues, and neither this nor the fridge are working. So the English bacon that I stocked up with is now ...
... Instead there was a temporary exhibit about the Silk Road trading routes and a permanent display about the history of the building. The entrance fee was 15 euros each, and we were ******. On our walk home we stumbled across the Purse and Handbag Museum, and went in on impulse. There were handbags from the Middle Ages to the present on four floors. You start at the top and work your way down. We spent a blissful 1.5hrs there, and felt it more than made up for the ...
... go full speed down cobblestone streets, they don't signal their turns and they have the right of way. This can be very intimidating for lowly tourists who don't know which way to look when crossing the street. Guenther saved my hiny a couple of times. Some of the 'bikers' will sound their bell, but most don't. You hope you can hear the rattle of a fender for some warning. Not for the faint of heart. Check out the pictures for more house boats.