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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
From Brussels to Amsterdam, it is a 3 hour train ride. When we finally loaded off the train at Amsterdam Centraal, the weather was warm and the city was packed. I got directions to the hotel I had reserved, so we boarded a bus for a few minutes into town. The hotel is above a restaurant/bar, but it looks like the restaurant is no longer in use. We …
... First I wanted to by my train ticket for the Trans-Siberian express beforehand, but decided to buy it in Moscow itself. This turned out to save me a pile of money! And when a Russian student I met before, helped me buying it the advantages (being able to hop on and off the train 5 times during the journey to see Russian cities) grew even bigger! It was a journey of a lifetime.
So, when in Rome, do as the Romans do! Enjoy!"
... the time to look for flights, I started to freak out with the prices. I couldn’t find one for under £700! I had only budgeted around £550 for a flight, which I thought was reasonable. KLM only charged £660, they had only started flights to Harare at the start of this year which worked well to my advantage. The flight to Amsterdam went so quickly, by the time we had eaten a quick breakfast we were landing into Schiphol Airport. Not ...
... get to Tanzania and back, we came home with four houses each. We first encountered these little houses years ago at a silent auction held for the benefit of the Beach Cities Symphony where we bid on, and won, about a dozen of them. I could never quite figure out what they were or where they came from. And the web wasn't what it is today, so my search efforts came up with nothing. What can I say? We love'em!
... wax museum,
trying to escape the rain. Colourful umbrellas marched down the
streets as people shopped or tried to find an indoor activity.
Between dodging the umbrellas and trying to avoid being hit by a bike
or a trolley, we checked out the many souvenir shops, had lunch at
what the locals called a typical Dutch restaurant, sampled every
cheese possible at a cheese shop where the workers were dressed in
traditional Dutch ...