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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
Care: We arrived in Amsterdam early this morning, around 7 am. We were so jet lagged, but we managed to survive the morning somehow. Okay so on our plane we discovered something exciting about Amsterdammers: they are super sassy. We learned this from our fabulously sassy flight attendant guy on the way from India to Amsterdam. Throughout the flight he kept saying sassy stuff to us and the other passengers. "Do you want sugar free or artificial sweetener? Because 'sugar free' ...
... small and I have a rolling door wall with some Dutch dude's pop art picture on it. What more could I ask for? Had shower in Europe water and had a wee nap before heading out on my own for the day.
I successfully navigated the tram to Dam Square, where all the stuffy stuff is. Note - I am very thankful that I am a transit user because it really makes understanding things easier.
Some observations from my hours of wandering the streets of ...
... Disco" party, where we all dressed in red and white and crammed FIVE tour groups into a tiny basement bar. We enjoyed our time in Switzerland, but it was time to hit the open road once again for the Rhine Valley.
St. Goar is yet another tiny town, situated in the Rhine Valley (famous for producing some of the best wine in Germany). Our first stop in this area was a group of shops owned by a guy named Mike: one that sold beer steins, one that sold cuckoo clocks ...
... pair to remember my time there.
Driving into Amsterdam, one thing was clear - bicycles ruled the road. I learned this lesson the hard way as I was almost hit by a cyclist within seconds of getting off the bus. As the streets are narrow, the bus wasn't able to drop us directly in front of the hostel. Instead, we had a short walk to our accommodation, Hans Brinker hostel. While the hostel may have been in a fantastic location, it was ...
We had a quiet day today.
Went exploring another shopping area of Amsterdam, and bought a few presents for the kids.
Dropped into the Medieval Torture Museum.
Had baguettes for lunch.
Tried book a train from Venice to Como (again).
Hid from the rain in our hotel for the afternoon.
Found a quiet little Italian restaurant for dinner.
Repacked the suitcases, ready to move on to Frankfurt tomorrow.