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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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... me in the ass. I didn’t have the exact route to our bus station figured out to get to Berlin. We finally found cheap bus tickets at almost half the original cost. We woke up and with almost 35 mins after packing and showering we were left with plenty of time to take our free transit to our export point. Enough time was an exaggeration. We had no exact idea where our bus stop was minus a vague googlemaps screenshot. We took a wrong stop and ended up ...
... something and regulate it, things aren't as bad as they seem. I like the story of how the red light district came about - sailors having spent months at sea would port at Amsterdam, spend their money on booze, food and legal women. The next day they would go to church , confess their sins and the church would hand out a penance tax and clear the sailors of sin. Everyone's a winner!!! Day 3: Anne Frank house. While both dean and I had ...
... the park. A different park this time.
Vondelpark, called the "green lung" of the city, was two blocks from the apartment in a different direction. It is a 200+ acre park in the city. We dodged a few bicycles on the way to the park but made it in one piece. It was beautiful. Tiffani felt her heart pang. She was falling in love! It looked like it was out of a page in a storybook. Open green spaces, flowers blooming, and people walking like they had ...
... unprecedented event.
CANONIZATION BY THE NUMBERS
- Pilgrims and tourists expected around St. Peter’s Square – 250,000
· In all of Rome – 1 million
· Giant outdoor TV screens spread out around Rome – 17
· Free bottles of water to be distributed: four million
· Portable toilets near the Vatican – 1,000
... a more residential area. Every house was uniform and well-kept. Not even a tulip was out of place. Everything was clean and cookie-cutter perfect. Tall, slim people whizzed by on their bicycles, and honestly, it seemed pretty idyllic. However, my legs were getting a bit sore, so I staggered back to the railway station where I was able to snag a free sample of Milka chocolate with Smarties-like candies before catching the train back to ...