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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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Upon arrival we went out for dinner and then visited the red light district. It has a crazy mix of shops with food shops, next to coffee shops(weed shops), next sex shops, next to sex shows and next to the working girls.
The next day we did a biking tour of the city. We saw the house ...
... of brick streets (many of them pedestrian, but primarily for bicycles), shops, and restaurants. We had dinner in a small Italian bistro with light and tasty choices – now off to an early evening so that we “smell the tulips” in the morning.
Yes, we are in the land of wind mills – and we saw lots from the train – some traditional and many modern (the tall white ones). People are very nice and Haarlem (like ...
... big. The equivalent of Gatwick or Heathrow. It seemed to take miles for me to walk to the baggage hall to collect my rucksack. I thought I'd missed it! From there I went into the train terminal and managed to buy a train ticket to Centraal Station. I find it funny on international trains as you get on and then you have the option to walk upstairs or downstairs. I chose upstairs for the novelty value! Arriving in Amsterdam, there are three things you first notice: ...
Singing in the rain! Today was the heaviest rain and most cold that we have been so far in Europe. Paul and I both wore our snow jackets that we bought in nuremberg with jumpers underneath and rain coats on top!!! The temperature maxed at 8 degrees today but it felt like zero. It was so cold and the rain was icey. It was hard to find motivation to do anything. But Elle was only here for a few days so we searched the net for things to do in Amsterdam on a Sunday in the pouring ...
... was liberated. Our plan for the afternoon was too explore the Jordaan neighborhood of Amsterdam. Before doing so we visited the Houseboat Museum, which was a former commercial sailing ship up until1914. They should have sunk this vessel in 1914, as it was nothing more than a tourist trap. The Jordaan neighborhood is a collection of cafes, boutiques, bookstores, and art galleries. We followed Rick Steves walking tour ...