Hostelboat Anna Maria Ii
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... bingo in a bar where the bartenders were dressed as Santa's helpers, the blackfaced Zwarte Piet. It's traditional for them to throw candy at you. I'd have preferred it to be thrown in the direction of my mouth but, oh well.... Maybe they knew for Christmas I all I wanted was fewer calories. Anyway, lovely people, great food and good cheer as well as amazing architecture and a diverse culture. Tot ziens ...
... some sort of delicious gourmet topping. We shared a nice bottled of wine and enjoyed the evening there. Afterwards, we headed over to the Sky Lounge at the DoubleTree by Hilton. Aaron stayed here on his last visit and said it was definitely a view to see. It was on the top floor of the hotel that had a terrace and glass windows all the way around overlooking Amsterdam. We enjoyed a couple of espresso martinis and called it a night. ...
... world has J) and De Hague (or The Hague for you uncouth J) where the International Court sits. Fought our way back through the partying foreigners (nearly all about 21 going on 12) back to Central Station and back to the campsite.
Next day, up early (well earlyish) and off again. First up was our canal tour; such amazing history. The group we were with included a group of old Sydney rockers (who had had a hard night the night before) ...
... on into the night. I was tempted to head back to the hostel and beat the rain, but the Hoge Valuwe Wildlife Park had been recommended to me, and I knew I'd regret not making every effort to see some European wildlife, so I rode the hour or so to the park. I bought my entry ticket, and jumped on one of the hundreds of free to use fixed gear white bicycles. I rode slowly along the thin concrete bike path, peering into the forests and across the plains ...
So here goes, 4-months in the making, our official Best and Worst of Europe – enjoy!
Best roads: Germany
Worst Roads: Czech Republic
Cheapest country: Czech Republic
Most Expensive Country: Switzerland
Friendliest Country: Czech Republic
Unfriendliest Country: France and Belguim tied
Best Public Transport: Germany, Netherlands and France tied (if London was an option that would have taken ...