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So we arrived in Amsterdam around 830 AM chipper and excited. The town was asleep and we had no idea where to go. We found our hotel and a sign saying they would be back at 930 AM.
When the staff did arrived, before we could sign any paperwork, the bong and remainders of last night needed to be cleaned up ( Welcome to Amsterdam).
... up in here and we open the screenless windows and they fly in. There is very little air conditioning in the country. The small restaurants just open the doors and bring tables out on the side walk. They also cross the narrow road and set up tables on the other side of the street. The wait staff just crosses back and forth. Different!
the country side is so different since most of the entire country is reclaimed from the water. they briefly ...
... we were expecting to happen, luckily I had my rain jacket and other jacket that day so I put both on but it was not enough to stay warm. When we finally got in the door to buy tickets we had to wait because it was too full to go in. This was a really cool museum, it was in the actual house they stayed in and it had descriptions from her journal on the walls and people that we're friends with the family video tapped and talking about certain parts. It was very interesting ...
... in the street. All was very loud and a little scary as you never knew when they were going to go off!
The next morning my flu really did catch up with me as I felt very sick from lack of sleep, cold wet rainy day the day and night before. We had the whole day in Amsterdam, walked around the city to find most things were shut this first day we had experienced most things being closed! We then chilled back a the hotel before making our way into the train station.
Amsterdam was everything I expected and then some. I loved being in the Netherlands, people were so nice and everyone spoke perfect English. Every where I looked there was something historic and beautiful looking. I loved the way all of the buildings looked. My favorite part of the city were the canals running through the middle. Overall Amsterdam was one of the prettiest places I've been so far.
Besides seeing beautiful things we also got ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLiberty Hotel Amsterdam
Clean, not to loud, yet lots of freedom. Really nice staff:)
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