Bastion Deluxe Hotel Almere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Today is our second day in Amsterdam. We had breakfast and them met up to go on the Hop-on Hop-off bus. We first took a whole tour on the bus. Then, we went back to the hotel and prayed. Then, we just rested. After our rest, we went on the bus and stopped at the zoo. We went in and saw some camels. Then, we went into the Reptile house. There were many reptiles there. ...
... Canal houses were taxed according to their width therefore many of these homes were build high and narrow. Today we visited the Heineken Experience. Danny really enjoyed this,especially the free beers at the end of the tour. We have had amazing weather and with just a map and a good pair of running shoes we have found some surprising and awesome sights. It is not unusual to round a corner and find a market or a book stall to ...
... but oh so crowed. It certinally was an interesting experience, and we really enjoyed people watching! One of the funniest things we saw was a whole tour group of Chinese tourists waiting outside an erotic theatre, with very confused and biwilldered looks on their faces! We eventually rode our bikes back to the hotel to get an early night as there is so much we want to here but we don't have much time! Not many pictures today as my iPod ran out of ...
Well here I am in Amsterdam, a little under 24 hours since I landed and now on a train to Keukenhof , a 30 plus hector parcel of land covered in shrubbery, a variety of flowers and mostly tulip gardens. A major tourist attraction now in it's last day of the season, and labeled a must see, so here I go. I think a tame day is definitely needed after yesterday evening.
* WARNING- If you have a closed, innocent, or naive mind as well as take offence ...
... fact that for us Brits the traffic is coming towards us from the “wrong” direction… I found myself crossing every street with my head on a gimbel; constantly swivelling back and forth to ascertain who was about to mow me down. I probably looked like one of those nodding dogs that are seen in the back of cars.
On my last trip to Amsterdam I had noticed on the tram that “customer service” was less than prevalent. And ...