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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... trying to find a suitable last-night-in-Amsterdam restaurant (I am the resident restaurant guru on this trip.) Finally, we all got dressed and out the door and we went to a place just across the canal and up an alleyway called Van Kerwijk. The place was absolutely fabulous. There is no written menu; instead, the servers tell you the menu, because it changes every day based on what is fresh in the market, and the chef creates menus based on that. We got ...
... bundled up in our January clothing on the second to last day in May and marched out to the car. The sun cooperated and was making an appearance, the wind was still cold and brisk, but we were all happy to be out of the house and ready to encounter the day adventures.
Our first stop was a pancake house. Considered to be one of the best (world famous even) pancakes around… and they were amazing. They were more like crepes than traditional pancakes, with so ...
... our final stop before Canada. In Dublin we had our last Guinness, picked up my luggage from storage, and took a bus ride to Howth. Howth was a cute coastal town famous for having a beautiful view of Ireland's eye. In Celtic times it was called Eria's Island, a woman's name that became confused with Erin (from Eireann the Irish name for Ireland). The Vikings changed Island for Ey, the Norse equivalent, so it became known as Erin's Ey, and ultimately ...
... I cannot believe that it was once bigger than it is now.
After the museum we ate lunch then we took a boat tour. I would have rather rented a paddle boat and gotten to see everything from that view by myself. Most of the history we did hear about we heard on the bus tour. Also it was shorter than the allotted time they gave us when we purchased our tickets.
... Sea into Africa and across the Sahara Desert. I watch the flight monitor with interest! We fly smoothly above white puffs of clouds, and the view from my window reveals vast snow-covered peaks, rivers, lakes and the blue Mediterranean. Over Africa the Saraha Desert stretches endlessly with expanses of "nothingness"!
I don't want to miss crossing the ...