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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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I’ve given myself a couple days to reflect before writing my final entry from the study abroad. I have certainly enjoyed cycling through several European cities. I have had the privilege of cycling in three countries and more kilometers than I care to count. The experience that I have had is one for a lifetime! As I reflect, it is impossible to rank the infrastructure in the cities, because each city ...
... hospital with gall stones problems, I think my first thought was that some one had a heart attack, and that would be the reason the police was there.
So, on our return, we pack, book the taxi for tomorrow morning and just have a nanna nap, not sure how long the train journey to Groningen will be.
I've added a few more photo's from last night, when the crew put on a show for he passengers.
They were from Ireland, Denmark. England and Italy and were
all lovely. We talked for a few hours (I even got introduced
as a friend of theirs to someone!), they had some weed - I
had one go and coughed so I don't think they trusted me with
it after that.
When the sun went ...
... good time for my flight - which was just as well.
Bare minutes after making it through security, on my way to collect my free newspaper and get the cheapest drinks from Boots, off went a fire alarm and all the security staff were evacuated, with the whole area being shut down for well over 20 minutes. Anyone who was already running late for their flights had no chance! Nevertheless I still had good time and was ...
... impressive. So glad mine survived! O - the 'most efficient camp crew' goes without doubt to Matt and Nadine. They would have tent up, Thermarests inflated and sleeping bags laid out before I'd even got my panniers off my bike (I wouldn't normally have got that far if the campsite had wifi!) - Best foods O - The huge 500g Argentinian Steak in El Chaltén and my camp stove steak! O - Best overall meal- the seafood night in Ushuaia, amazing calamari and King Crab pie. ...