Hotel de Stern
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Yesterday was a long day.......last minute packing, sort things out at home, hurry, hurry, off to the airport and make sure booking-in goes smoothly. (it is always a bit of a pot luck thing, travelling with a wheelchair, being dependent on how they want to do things with assisting with the transfer from wheelchair to slipper chair to plane seat) but we seem to have it down to a T. I do the talking and ...
... it was now time to go as the museum was closing.
Rain had fallen while we were in the museum, so we started walking back to the hotel. Spotting a Friet and Falafal restaurant, we ducked in for a quick bite.
After, we headed back to our hotel, enjoying the many lights of Amsterdam. Time for bed.
And what of the 100 Days? Well, today was the 100th day in Europe for both Mac and Josie.
Tomorrow: The Vincent Van Gogh Museum and the ...
... its clean. Thats a big change from a lot of what we saw in Malaysia. Things we take for granted is well appreciated when you have to experience a change in standards of general people on the streets and businesses.
It was very cold, 18Degrees, so that didn't help us feel any better with no sleep and colds coming on. But the rest of the week promises to be warmer, and they tell us last week there was a high of 30.
I haven't taken any photos yet, ...
... ve both bought the book "the story of Anne Frank" so we'll just have to read about it instead. We got the bus back to the hotel and had pasta for dinner. Starting to feel pretty tired by now. Back to our room to squeeze our suitcases shut! Early start again tomorrow. Off to Munich. I must say, we've both really liked Amsterdam and what we've seen of Holland. Very picturesque countryside and very nice, friendly and helpful people. And even though you ...
... s best vantage point. We hopped off of the canal boat about an hour early for our cheese appointment, so we made a stop into the Stroopwaffel museum. The museum itself was kind of a dud, but the Stroopwaffels were delightful. A Stroopwaffel is basically a very thin waffle with syrup in the middle. It is suggested that you set the cookie/waffle on top of your coffee mug to let your coffee warm the syrup before you eat it. At the museum they were making fresh Stroopwaffels, ...