Apollo Hotel Lelystad City Centre
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... We then went off to the oldest church in Amsterdam, built in the 1300s, in the middle of the red light district (which it was back then too). Some interesting facts about Amsterdam that I learnt was that prostitution was legalised in 2000, it will take the police approximately 20 seconds to arrive if a sex worker sets of a distress alarm, marijuana is not legal – the authorities just turn a blind eye to it, however street drinking is definitely illegal and ...
... think the eating out/ pizza pasta bread and pastry overload is finally getting to everyone (with the possible exception of Riley!) Had a luxurious evening. Everyone spread out! Kids off to their bedrooms, I can't hear them!!! Having a nice cup of tea and blogging. What a great place to finish off our holiday. Amsterdam feels so relaxed and "easy" compared to Paris. Accommodation, magnificent. Might just sleep in tomorrow, breakfast isn't 'til 9am after ...
... as they are delectable. We had the added bonus of seeing a wedding take place today in the Grand Place before moving on to find the mannekin pis ( not sure what all the fuss is about really ) but he is certainly popular with tourists. After our welcoming group dinner at the Le Roy restaurant it was time for few night photos, our promised plank in every country ( just for you Jenny and Claire) and then home to our hotel for hopefully a good sleep. Our day started ...
... But the courage that would've been needed to stay indoors for that period of time as well as be a part of the four who helped hide the group - is truely heroic stuff. Tonight we are off to find a place to watch Holland v Argentina in the World Cup semi final and tomorrow we will brave a possible thunderstorm to go for a bike tour through the country. Looking forward to keeping you all informed of the journey. Until next time, Jess and ...
... across the landscape. When the got off the bus another guy got off and a conversation was started. It soon became apparent that he was a kiwi. Dutch parents but born in NZ. Hi parents returned to the Netherlands and were quite elderly so he wanted to be nearby. Today was a day trip for him also. When we arrived at the aviodrome the first thing that struck you were all the enormous planes all over the place. We had better tell you why we wanted to ...