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Clean, not to loud, yet lots of freedom. Really nice staff:)
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... grocery shopping. There's a certain feel to this city. Its one of those romantic cities where you could walk around aimlessly for hours and still not get bored. Kinderdijk Now this is the world famous Windmills, in fact its a UNESCO World Heritage site. Getting here was a bit trickier than expected. 1. Took the intercity train from Delft to Rotterdam Central then to Rotterdam Zuid 2. Looked for the bus stop then realised that we were supposed to be at the Zuid METRO station ...
... speak any English).
Traveling to Amsterdam with children does require a little planning in order to avoid having to answer too many unwanted questions like "what is that women doing in her underwear in that window?" Caroline carefully chose the location of our apartment to be as far away from the red light district as possible, in a family-friendly neighborhood right next to Vondelpark. But it's impossible to escape the many coffee houses around town, and ...
But that soon changed as it started to rain quite heavy and we couldn't find anywhere to hide.
It was nearly time to meet up with Petra and Jana.
By the time we caught up it was very miserable so we found a table under an umbrella outside (even though it is wet is is far from cold) and enjoyed a drink while catching up.
Soooo good to see the beautiful Petra again. Such a special friend. And Jana too. Such a beautiful young lady who speaks ...
... lose her carry-on luggage and realising while we were on the way to the gate to board, I feel it was a close run thing. Thankfully the rest of our trip was mercifully uneventful and we arrived at Amsterdam 27 hours later tired, but intact and with all our luggage accounted for. We stayed in a hostel just outside of Amsterdam made up of a collection of vintage caravans, which we instantly fell in love with and after a water noon stroll down to the lake and a ...
... br> This was one of the most interesting things I think I have ever come across and Logan and I both felt awkward being there. After about 9pm, the windows in several of the buildings are lit up with a prostitute dancing in it, almost like window shopping. This was a tourist attraction that we thought was necessary to see since we were here but we spent very little time on the main road. It was uncomfortable seeing these women, young girls and older women, put