Amsterdam Hostel Orfeo
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... be very good although the service was really slow. The slow service was a trend we would see throughout the day and seemed to be normal in Amsterdam.
With some sustenance in our bellies, we were ready for a day of trekking and the weather couldn't have been nicer for walking the city...not too hot but still sunny. As we waited for the tram, we noticed that bicycles were not the only vehicles allowed on the bicycle paths that ran parallel to ...
... brought another fun crew sports day where I headed out to play volleyball – the way I put it is that our team were there to make the other ships feel good. Following this I joined a couple of Gladan crew and we took to seeing Amsterdam including the Heineken factory, it was a great night.
The following day brought to a close our time on the Young Endeavour and as we packed our things and began the goodbyes we knew we had had some of ...
Aaaand were in Amsterdam! First impression: Hectic! I went to the apple store right when we arrived yesterday to get my computer fixed, and what should have been an 8 minute bike ride (according to google maps), took me 45 minutes, I got so hopelessly lost! The canals all turn, I am not sure if there are any traffic lights, if there are no one even looks at them, they seem more a suggestion than a law. We then had a nice picnic ...
... is a beautiful, calm place. We saw the lake where in winter they go skating. Then around to houses where Olma Ton does maintenance work. A caravan and holiday unit complex that has new a frame units for 1 night stays to tourist who are traveling around. This is truly a gorgeous part of Holland. After lunch we were taken to the train Station where we thought we had logged on!! The conductor said no we hadn't as we did t have enough money on our tickets, so ...
... by and to the pedestrian onlookers above us at street level. The captain, whose personality alone was worth the price of the tickets, gave us a running commentary as we cruised past notable sights, and were able to locate and photograph our apartment entrance off the port side. When the "Mona Lisa" returned to its mooring point, we all managed to clamber ashore without falling overboard, and bade a fond farewell to our skipper, who had treated us ...