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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 wishing they were free to roam outside.
The entire house and exhibition was truly touching, but one quote which particularly tugged at my heart strings...
"I long to ride a bike, dance, whistle, look at the world, feel young and know that I'm free" Anne Frank, 24 December 1943.
We might not be successful at riding a bike, but we certainly appreciate how lucky we are to be able to fulfil the rest. Anne is a true inspiration. ...
... 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 ...
... well organised and educational exhibit of the house that sheltered Anne and her family during world war 2 and where she wrote her famous diary. Was actually very emotional as we walked in the attic and read some quotes from her book, and realised how much it affected her and her family.
It was getting dark so we headed back to the hostel and got ready for the evening. We had dinner at a local restaurant and then a boat cruise ...
... why she does it, etc. Being a tourist attraction, ***** doesn't sound like the best job there. Shell and I ended up at this pub where we met some Argentinians. They were nice and fun to hang out with. The bar closed and back to the hostel we went. Since Michelle doesn't like beer, she got the non drinking ticket because you could get drinks on board. Well those drinks were a choice between orange juice and ...
... for custom. And yes, I'm afraid the manhole covers too!
All these musings are happening as we find ourselves back on a plane, sadly, after a week of peaceful, pleasant, ground-based travel. On our way to Amsterdam and thence, finally, to Edinburgh.
Thank God we checked the forums last night about Riga airport. It would seem it's famous for the slowness of its queues, having been much less busy than it has recently become with the success of the budget ...