Chariot Amsterdam Apartment
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... street and I was glad that I decided to check it out on my last day. I hadn't eaten so stopped for a famous syrup waffle...it was so amazingly sweet & delicious that it's impossible to describe (just make sure to get one if you are ever in Holland)! I also decided to buy Elizabeth and I each a pair of these incredibly soft, silk lined patterned leggings that I got a great deal on from the nice man selling warmth to counteract the extreme cold of the ...
... in Amsterdam. Generaly mooching around and enjoying the place. A coffeeshop here, a bar there, a walk down the tiny little lanes that look interesting or a trip out on the tram to somewhere random. Amsterdam sucks you up and spits you out at the end. Before we knew it 4 nights there had flown past. It had been good. Plenty of nice beers and food, some lovely views as we wandered around and a lovely homely place to stay in but it all ...
... traveling with such a big group but we made it work. It was a whole bunch of fun but expensive! Trains, hostels, food, drinks, and tourist activities rack up quite a bill, so this will probably be the only overland I do! So after catching a 3 hour 6 am train, we killed some time in Amsterdam by walking around visiting some local shops. Amsterdam is unlike any other place I have ever seen. It's target audience is college aged kids looking to party. Being ...
... Shellac temperature changing nail polish removed and French painted on. The lady doing my nails was fascinated with the nail polish changing from purple to pink. She told me she felt sad removing the polish and was keen to ask her shellac rep. for temperature changing polish. The beautician asked if flights to Amsterdam from Australia had become cheap because she had noticed an increase in Australian tourist. She said she would like to see Australia but ...
... too. We weren't shown many areas on the tour. It was more like we were just randomly cycling through suburbs lol. But I must say, Amsterdam is much nicer once you get out of the main tourist hubs (red light district and Dam square). It then yet AGAIN started to rain...and the lady said she doesn't like the rain so we will cut the tour short and head back. We were actually quite glad cos it was freezing and the rain was a pain in the bum haha. Afterwards we headed back to ...