Chariot Amsterdam Apartment
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we found a restaurant for a very nice late lunch/early dinner before going to the Dam Square. We investigated that area for an hour and a half and sorted out how to get home with a little, but not too much, difficulty. We had a problem with our tram tickets which had run out of value but we could purchase tickets for a period of one hour to get home. We would ...
... smoke, it didn't take us long to find our first and my LAST hit. My lungs were not forgiving and I was punished with an instant coughing fit, head spins, nausea, paranoia and providing a free comedic act for Mum and Cait. NEVER EVER AGAIN! Day 2 we discovered we had unwanted guests in our beds!! With a quick Google search we discover they were in fact bed bugs! While I went off to meet Mac and guide her back to our accommodation, Mum and Cait ...
... We then got dropped off at a Thai restaurant called sea palace and the restaurant was actually on the water. Was so nice! Kevin then surprised us with a pub crawl. We went to about four pubs/clubs before I realised I was still recovering from last night.... I bailed and shred a taxi with a couple other people from the crew and went back to my room mate who was fast asleep! This day went so fast and I'm dreading saying goodbye to everyone ...
... o'clock tour and signed up. Luckily there were spots galore and we finally had the chance to walk Amsterdam. Our tour guide Eef was a charming local with a history background and personal recommendations for around town. She showed us the ins and outs of historical and current Amsterdam who had their golden period in the 1700's with a lot of cheese and trade, and the people continue to eat much cheese. The crooked drunk looking houses are from a combination of building ...
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On Saturday we still had some time available on our boat tickets so jumped back on and took the loop around to their Neuw Markt Square. This is an area that has been dedicated to a farmer's market with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as flowers and some general craft items. A couple of blocks away we also found a flea market in operation where vendors had all sorts of general merchandise for sale. ...