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Travel Blogs from Egmond aan Zee
... in plenty of time, and slept a good part of the way back to Paris, until four oversized Canadian women got on and made so much noise further sleep was impossible.
Amsterdam ? Well, the canals are pretty as are the little rows of houses, but overall we found the place and the people pretty cheerless. Apart from a lovely lady at the Rijksmuseum shop who directed us to the Pierson Museum. Glad we went, but no great desire to return.
... people, and what did they do to the Dutch? My faith was restored somewhat by Dad's cousin Wil, and his wife Bep, who barely spoke a word of English, so we had some enthralling conversations...! Lucky Dad's fluent in Dutch so he got us by, kept us a little in the loop. For all Daniel and I knew they could've disliked us! Lucky actions speak louder than undecipherable words, and when plate after plate of food came out as they entertained us, we knew we must've ...
... with caramel pressed in between. Our last top deck dinner was at Sea Palace, a floating Chinese restaurant. After dinner, we got a canal cruise tour of Amsterdam accompanied by wine. It was relaxing to see the city without bikes whizzing past you! To finish off our last night, we kicked on to the roof of the botel for one last group ...
Everyone was up by 630am, and we needed to wait for shops to open before we could get coffee. As you know, this is not typical for us. Sarah and I went on an adventure to find the Apple store to see if we could get our phones to work. Found it, spent nearly an hour there, and left no better off than when we came in. Seems Verizon needs to help us. We spent the afternoon in the Red Light District. Fiona got a tattoo in remembrance ...
So after leaving London via Paris the closest I managed to get too Munich was Amsterdam. Luckily for me because I found myself stranded for the night on the Netherlands biggest day. Kings Day! The country started partying in the capital Friday afternoon and continued well into the weekend. I don't have any pictures because..... Well because I was too busy partying too. Fantastic weekend, highly recommended for a ...
Other places to stay in Egmond aan Zee
Strandboulevard A7, Egmond aan Zee | 3 star hotelfrom $137
Parallelweg 14, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $112
Parallelweg 2, Egmond aan Zee | 3 star hotelfrom $112
Zeeweg 52 , Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $120
Vuurtorenplein 1, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $92
Pastoor van Kleefstraat 23, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $112