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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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Today we went to the Keukenhof Gardens. For those of you who are not familiar with them, they are only open from March until May and have the most amazing tulip gardens. We had to to take two buses to get there and it took roughly an hour. We got up early to make the 8:30 bus and when we got there the line was so long we had to wait for the next bus. This place is extremely popular. The gardens were truly amazing. They had so many varieties of tulips. I could not ...
... this morning, ran a couple of errands with them and came back to their house on a canal for morning tea. Then Rob and I caught a tram to the museum square: visited Van Gogh, a diamond house and Rembrandt's House. Then a long, leisurely walk home. Special home dinner tonight, rijsttafel tomorrow night and Japanese the night ...
31st August 2013
Travels from Haarlem Holland, The Netherlands
We are staying in an urban area called Heemstede (Homestead) a little south of
Haarlem in the Netherlands- around 30 minutes by car to the west of Amsterdam,
or 15 minutes by train. Also about ...
... rooms are underground!) we also visited the English Gardens which were amazing and have a man made water raft running through the river, basically river rapids. We didn't come prepared for this so stripped off to our underwear and dove straight in! When in Munich and all that... Munich to Prague was a painfully long journey, the Czech trains are quite frankly ancient, and in 30 degree heat, Air Con is definitely a must!! But we were that excited about getting ...
... with a side of Dijon mustard, are best accompanied by a beer, so after our third or fourth of the day (whos counting, were on holiday) and fries we headed out on search of the red light district.
Not that it’s hard to find. In Amsterdam it’s as sign posted as any tourist attraction or street and as part of the culture as the local ‘coffee’ shops, so we were both interested to see what was in store. ...