Hostel Cosmos Amsterdam
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... see much of the area but upon return to Amsterdam the fog cleared so we took a canal tour of the city. Interesting and historical. We then walked around the downtown area - I didn't inhale! Interesting city and much culture to enjoy. Heading to the airport in the morning on our way ...
... to get into the R M and cut down our wait to get into the VGM from about 2 hours to 3/4s of an hour! Joe was not a happy camper for having to wait but at least we got to see Van Gogh's Art albeit with lots and lots of other tourists! We like the RM better probably because it was a bigger museum so the crowds weren't so compacted.
We took a canal cruise, walked around the Red Light District and Vondel Park, walked along the canals and Albert ...
... on the canals.
There are a fair share of crooked houses and the number is increasing due to structural damage resulting from the current construction of another traffic tunnel -in one area, most of the houses need to be demolished and the expected date of completion has been extended to 2019.
We were warned to keep clear of bicycles (cyclists make the most of their right of way), of coffee shops and of pick-picketers. ...
... regret and relief. We were also stuck in Hamburg.
Having just spent nearly two hours in a cafe across the street from the train station, we were pretty positive we did not wish to stay in Hamburg. The weather was miserable. It was cold, with the kind of wind that knocks you over if you let it catch you full in the chest, and had begun to pour while we were inside. But we still had our Eurail passes, enabling us to get on any train going anywhere anytime there was a ...
So having made quite a few trips to the land of clogs and windmills previously (thanks to Nik's dutch heritage) we decided against taking on central Amsterdam for our short stay, and instead chilled with Nik's cousin Inge.
It was definitely the better decision. We had a great time catching up. I would highly recommend that ...