De Lastage Apartments
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... overall was fun and worthwhile.
-tram back to the hotel for a late afternoon nap that I badly needed. Slept until 8 and then decided we needed to rally for dinner.
-metro into the city and found an excellent Indian restaurant tucked back in an alley. All 3 dishes that we ordered were great and I won't be surprised if we return there tomorrow.
... of my mother, to go on one of the many famous canal cruise, likely the most touristy things you can do there, but it was well worth it. We chose a time where we expected that it wouldn't be too busy and at 6:00 embarked on an hour water tour of the city in which we were staying in. As it turns out, our boat went down the street we were living on so we informed our mom that we were going to pass by and from four stories up, she waved and saw us ...
... in Amsterdam! We would have liked to visit Anne Frank house and hear more about her story but the online tickets were sold out for several weeks, and the queue any time we went near it was down the street and around the corner, and we agreed we had better things to do than wait in a queue for hours!
I can't really remember the rest of our daily detailed itinerary (it all kind of blends into one!), so I'll just write about a few of the other highlights.
... our River Cruise. Nice place.
We got settled in and immediately headed out to Amsterdam via the train station a few blocks away from our hotel. A nice young lady told us the fastest way to get to the main train station in Amsterdam, and she was right on target. These trains are tremendous over here. Smooth, clean and on time! Amsterdam...What a great cosmopolitan city. Just full of life and action. Tons of young ...
... lasted a few minutes however. Back to the waiting. After another forty five minutes it was looking like we might get in the door within only another half hour. This was true. Much joy!
(Lovers of worded maths problems can now calculate how long we waited)
Once inside it was very... interesting? Perhaps harrowing is a better word. The rooms have all been very well preserved in their original state. Markings on the walls protected ...