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... She really didn’t know and went on to say that we wouldn’t be able to use our credit card in the Netherlands without a PIN. Perfect.
Feeling screwed, we decided to get the car out of the garage (we had a 30 minute time limit to do so without paying) and think of plan B. Plan B was to call the credit card company. Mark tried and could not get a call through. Meanwhile, we reloaded the car, sort of, piling the luggage on top of us and taking off ...
... of the road. He didn't know the Marriott, but looked it up on his phone. Showed us what he found and then pointed us in a direction and said it was a 3 minute walk. We walked for 5 minutes...nothing. We stopped again and showed a bike rental employee our hotel confirmation with the address. He directed us back towards the area we came, but on a slightly different road. A 5 minute walk he said. Off we went and guess where we end up...exactly where we ...
... through our first lock & prior to that in the coach viewing the beautiful countryside along Amstel River. Large beautiful homes & lifestyle blocks of the more afluent
Dutch. It was the weekend
Had lunch on board 1:15pm meals exceeded our expectations, variety, number of courses.
All refreshments, wine, with all meals, spirits, juice etc the only charges are for champagne or liqueurs, ...
... me of most inner city roundabouts in the springtime and I wasn't too impressed, but as we went further in, the displays of mainly crocuses, got better and also there were several halls with tulips and orchids on display. There were also lots of clever staged photo opportunities which would have been great on a quiet day but on a Sunday there were too many other more pushy tourists hogging them. What really impressed me most about Keukenhof though was that not once did I hear Tulips ...
... br> Eric went to reception to ask if they could do anything and they gave us an
upgraded room. It was smaller, but had a double bed, instead of two singles pushed together (the norm in Europe) and would have had canal views if there hadn't been scaffolding
in the way. So we were nice and warm in our new room. We are glad we stayed at a hotel instead of a hostel, which would have cost roughly the same if we had chosen to have a private ...