Inn On The Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for them to get out of mass, we walked the streets and ran into some street entertainment where a man (from our hostel) was playing with fire. We lost track of time a little and ended up having to grab a quick bite to eat then headed to the free walking your of Amsterdam. This tour was probably one of my favorite parts of the trip because our tour guide, Bram, was a young guy who left out all the boring parts. It was a little bit of history, a splash ...
... street near Vondelpark. According to my father it was built in the 1890's. He was a carpenter and built many family homes in Amsterdam. Originally a canal ran along side the country road then the canal was filled in between 1880-1885. After @20 years the ground settled enough to lay streetcar tracks. As you can see in the attached picture the tiny house sits between two apartment buildings. I am not sure if that was the original layout but it is funny to see. It is really great ...
Crossing the Bosporus I am on European side, in Istanbul, a fabulous city, which I love to visit again one day. It is here that I met up with my Finnish friends, enjoyed my home-stay with Hakan my Turkish host, before crossing into the EU. First country Bulgaria, where I explored lovely Plovdiv, before being reunited with Mira, my friend and co-driver for the last stretch back to The Netherlands. A week of early rising, lots of driving, talking and ...
We decided to escape the city and see some Dutch countryside. We took the local bus to an area north of Amsterdam called Waterland. It is full of small towns and farms. The bus ticke allowed us to get on and off all we wanted. The 1st stop was the town of Broek, which is like Amsterdam in miniature with wooden houses on canals. Our next stop was Marken ...
... and was on display in De Nieuwe Kerk, a 15 th century church. It is no longer a church and is used as an exhibition space, however it was used last year for the coronation. of the King. After that we had a coffee in the Maga Shopping Plaza, then went to see Anne Frank's house. We just looked from the outside as there was a very long queue of people patiently waiting in e ...