Hotel de Stern
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... same time. It was busy with observers (male and female) and a few customers. The "attractions" ranged from fairy good looking to not so much. The more we stay at our hotel, the more we like it. They bend over backwards to help and give info.
Finally slept well last night and I think all the fruit and water and vitamins has done we so good. We checked out at 12 and made our way to the airport. It's time to go to Amsterdam and I can't wait. We have a stopover in Copenhagen for a couple of hours and the airport is amazing but so so expensive! Like worse them Melbourne! I'm hungry but I'm just gonna wait till Amsterdam and hopefully it's a bit cheaper there. So Amsterdam is amazing! Such ...
... cruise. We had some spare time, so walked around the nearby streets. The aroma in the air was of rotting garbage and marijuana. There were some very dodgy shops, too.
Our cruise left at 7pm, but it was still bright sunshine. It was an interesting cruise, but not spectacular. We went slowly, which was good, as it enabled the young driver to steer with his foot, and use both hands to text. We saw some beautiful buildings, and ...
... to the hotel. I don't mind if he wanted to take his life into his own hands, but don't take me along for the ride as well! I value my life!! Then to make matters worse, when we left today, we again took a taxi to the airport. This guy spent the entire trip on the mobile phone, making phone calls and for heavens' sake - using an ipad! Oh boy - did Les get an earful when we got to the airport! Not his fault, I know, but I ...
... to last us for a long time.
On the way back to the hotel, the taxi driver takes us by the main part of the red light district. While the district may be old and historic, it looks modern and up-to date. The traditional red lanterns hanging discreetly in the windows have been replaced by long halogen bulbs, uniformly aligned along the facades of the houses. When I want to take a picture, the driver reminds me that no photography is ...