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TravelPod Member ReviewsLiberty Hotel Amsterdam
Clean, not to loud, yet lots of freedom. Really nice staff:)
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... br> Around 5:00pm (17:00 here), we jumped back on the tram heading for Centraal Station, which is where we were scheduled to depart from on our romantic pizza cruise down the Amstel River. We had some time to spare so Elizabeth decided to take me to one of her favorite bars, Sky Bar in the Doubletree, because there were such great views of the city and had cute bar tenders. Well, little did we know what we were walking in on that Sunday night...an ...
... on time. In fact the whole transit system will get you to your destination on time, in comfort and for a relatively cheap price. A recent trip to Rotterdam cost us around sixty Euros return for both of us, not bad for two hours of travel, no parking to worry about and you get to windmills!
Wide eyed we entered a world of canals and windmills and sure we had seen the travel shows on TV, even read the occasional article but to us this was new! The journey was only an hour ...
... couldn't turn down the opportunity. After listening to what sounded like 50 next-year's Eurovision entries, at 4am we headed home on the night bus. Sadly the trek to Bijlmer Arena took longer than expected as we managed to fall to sleep for the entire loop ending up back at central station! Arriving back at Hostelle to see some girls already awake for the day it was safe to say we'd had a good ...
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We left Van Gogh and merrily biked through Vondelpark. Expansive, beautiful, and with the fountains and misty air felt like we were transported to another time. Except for the barking dogs and kids smoking pot, of course.
I’ve adjusted my watch reflect time in Rome (9 hours ahead of Vancouver) but it seems like we’ve been on this air boat for hours now and it’s only been 4 hours – which leaves six hours to go to get us into Amsterdam. I can’t understand how celebrities and executives do this on a regular basis – it’s really quite boring, other than ...