Ambassade Arena Art'Otel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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So after setting myself up for the most organized travel of my life thus far (I'm growing up) we get to the airport checkin desk to discover that moms passport has expired.... Needless to say, I hopped on that flight solo. After ten hours and no sleep, I arrived in rainy & windy Amsterdam. Was able to take the train from the airport to city …
We arrived in Keil, Germany refreshed, & having saved 2 days of driving. We were off the boat by 10:30am, so we just started driving again heading to Rotterdam which is near the hook of holland where we depart from on the 13/7/15. It took 2 days of driving with a stop off at a small village campground called De Koop. It was a huge caravan park, with heaps of permanent mobile homes, although there was nothing mobile about them. We decided to stay at The Hague for 4 ...
Well I guess I should back track a little bit. So saturday morning we got up around 9 to head off to the train station. We grabbed some Nutella waffles and ate them for breakfast by one of the many canals. That waffle was on point. Not only was it covered in Nutella, but the waffle itself was sugary moist. Soon after we were on our way to the train station. To get there we ended up walking through the red light district (quite ...
Not much to say really. We arrived, walked through suburbia to our hostel and it rained the entire time we were there. The first night we wanted to do something 'normal' so we grabbed some popcorn and settled in for a movie at the theatre. As the previews began I was looking around to discover where all these popping sounds were coming from. In Holland, the most unregulated country in the world, they are allowed to drink beer at the cinema and all these 'popping' sounds were people ...
As Berber had said previously about 95% of the tourists that come to Amsterdam are there for the Red Light District or the Coffee shops, instead of divulging into the rich history and beauty of Amsterdam. As a proud part of the 5% Nick and I started out the day on a countryside bike your with Mike's Bike Tours where we rode 22km total, out of the city to an authentic windmill, cheese/clog farm and back towards the city to the "forest" ...