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TravelPod Member ReviewsArmada Hotel Amsterdam
Armada is a small hotel in a great part of town. It is very basic, but has all the necessities one needs. It also has great wifi, unlike most hotels (and especially unlike most budget hotels). Rooms are small, as can be expected of any budget hotel in Europe. One comment on suitability: this hotel may not be a good solution for you if you are challenged by climbing up steep stairs.
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... good one. It looked awesome but it was packed. So we went down the road to a pub and got some chips and beer at the next closest pub.
After this we went back to the hostel and watched the movie How to lose your friends and then Alienate people.
It was good. after this we went back to our rooms.
Monday the 8th September 2014. ...
... wildlife, but I saw nothing but trees. The guy at the ticket counter at the entrance had said that the wildlife doesn't usually come out until about 6pm, so I slowly made my way to the restaurant in the middle of the park. I bought a couple of sausage rolls for a late afternoon lunch and killed some time on my phone. When I decided it was late enough to head back and maybe see an animal, it had started to rain. A shame, but nothing I wasn't expecting. ...
... almost one day, we couldn't resist going out and explore this small city decorated with flowers, bikes and football fans. We finally could walk without worrying about being in an unknown city, even if this was our fist time in Utrecht for all of us. Now people couldn't tell if we were tourists except for the fact that Lindsay took more than 100 pictures in half an hour walk. One hour ...
... on the bus!
It was also interesting to see that almost all of the houses we passed had a few sheep and lambs, or goats, or maybe ducks and chickens in small yards at the front of the house. It is spring too, so there were lambs everywhere and I also even saw a farmer wearing clogs ("Klompen" in Dutch, best word ever!) it was a really great bus ride and I'm glad we did it.
Kinderdijk was fantastic, there are just ...
... rijsttafel banquet. Many different dishes including chicken, tofu, rice, vegetables and noodles were served family-style.
An after-evening stroll with Frank to the museum district gave us the opportunity to look at the wonderful architecture of the buildings. We had to be careful crossing the streets because of all the bikers.
Tomorrow is King's Day, but more about that ...