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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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... check. We are sitting at the gate waiting, and what do we see, the letters SBY instead of a seat number. Ugh oh. Standby. We notice with enough time to spare to get the situation resolved, but those 10 minutes of waiting to see if we could get on the flight was pretty nerve racking. We had booked these tickets at least three weeks in advance, and we had no idea how we were on standby. But these are the moments when ...
... also weird. I was laughing silently to myself at all the phallic shaped objects and exhibitionist mannikins. The Dutch are extremely skilled cyclists. They might even be the best in the world. I however, am not an extremely skilled cyclist. This was apparent when I was cursed at in Dutch many times whilst cycling through the streets of Amsterdam. One minute I think "yeah, I've got this, I'm owning this road" next minute, the cycling lane disappears and I end up on a ...
... for the night. But, instead of sightseeing, we decided to take it easy the rest of the day. Which meant some good naps, shopping at Schiphol (they have cool shops) and free food at the Sheraton Concierge Lounge.
After a wonderful long weekend, it is time to go home tomorrow. Send karma that we make it into BusinessFirst.
Stay tuned for our next adventure....Vietnam/Cambodia!
... of Marken. Marken is now joined to the mainland via a man-made peninsula. Upon arrival you’re greeted by a beautiful view of the green wooden houses alongside the harbour. We walked through the village and came to a building where we met the clog maker. Here we watched as he transformed a piece of wood to a clog - he was very funny too!
All too soon, we were back in the bus and on our way back to Amsterdam.
... br> We caught a tram to central station instead and boarded a one hour canal cruise. Much more interesting for Indy, however towards the end she found it way more fun to throw a jumper over my head for a game of peek a boo. I saw the sights if Amsterdam through a cream coloured cardigan - but it was still very enjoyable. Indy did become very upset when a beautiful big white swan swam under the bridge and we couldn't see it anymore. I told her it was "gone" ...