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TravelPod Member ReviewsStayokay Haarlem
This was my first visit to a Stayokay in Holland. The service was friendly, the place was clean, cheap and accommodating. I would reccommend this to anyone. Plus the fact that they have free wifi and a bar was an awesome bonus. Oh, and bike storage!!
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... and boxes of tulip bulbs. Every colour and shape you could imagine.
Through the Jordaan district, with its converted warehouses and cafes. Of course a stop was required at this point, though did resist the pastries.
A cheese shop with tastings, happiness is....... Then another, and in this one found Polderkaas Gold, an aged cows cheese. Actually, we found ...
... precinct , bought a few things then had to dive into a store to shelter from a thunderstorm. The weather eventually improved and we had dinner at a very nice restaurant before getting back to the boat at 8.30. It was lovely to catch up again with Nahid. Wednesday 30th- we had sailed during the night and arrived at Koblenz by breakfast. Our local guide showed us around the compact and pretty city and the boat sailed ...
... off on the street to the right and that would get us back where we needed to go. We rode for about another 15 minutes when the scenery began to look familiar again. Wait a minute. Tiffani pulled out the map and realized they had gone in a complete circle. They were back at Damrak where they started. It was the grace of God that finally got us out of Centrum and the inner canal rings of streets. We were almost to the apartment when we saw what must have ...
... print blouse, make-up, a sailor hat, pink sneakers and a skirt. While siting there, a bike/beer tour car passed by with a group of about ten guys pedaling and drinking. On the water, a bed sitting on a boat passed by with loud music and a few individuals just laid there soaking in the sun on the bed that read "get in bed for peace." I felt like I was being transported to NOLA, on the streets of Bourbon or Frenchmen. But wait, there's still more... no one told ...
Great day today after a 12 hour sleep. First up was the Rijks Museum with its collection of Rembrandt and other Dutch masters - amazing! Then we had lunch outside on a canal cafe followed by a guided tour through the canals of Amsterdam. Lastly we walked to the Red Light district but we were too tired to stay and enjoy it. Tomorrow we will visit the Van Goch museum before flying to Athens. We loved Amsterdam as it is clean, friendly city and would recommend it to ...