BEST WESTERN Amsterdam Airport Hotel Uithoorn
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... Apparently there are 3 left but no one knows where the other 2 are. The history to the red light district was also interesting but more to come after our tour of that area. We learn about the houses on the canal. Their cost was based on their width. We saw the smallest house which is 163cm wide! These houses are also difficult to move in and out of. For this reason they have a hook at the top of the house by the attic for ...
... and then rode through the Rijksmuseum, by the ice skating rink and behind the Van Gogh Museum to get to the grocery store, Albert Heijn. We grabbed what we needed for Taco Tuesday and then zipped back to the apartment on our bikes. Weeeeeeee!!!!
I was a little nervous at first but seem to be getting the hang pretty quickly (although busy intersections can be a bit overwhelming) and felt confident after my first ride. Elizabeth made some Mexican cheese dip and ...
... solving abilities and he was forced to check my ONE BACKPACK in. This is prime example of inflexible technology failing the world. Not only did it take 3 times as long to check-in the same bag I initially presented to check-in because it wasn't the perfect suitcase shape, it also involved multiple staff all of whom could have been sat behind a desk offering a reliable customer service like any other reputable airline. KLM clearly takes budget airline to ...
... pebble beach with crystal clear water. Best part, due to low season we can park on the beach without someone chasing us away! Even Haku can run around free for some time. Of course we take a dip in the Adrian Sea that afternoon AND early morning! Haku joining us for a swim. Candlelight beach dinner, falling asleep with the sea breeze and the sound of the waves. Even in October this is a great beach day. Could stay here much longer, but a deadline is pushing us to ...
... though not many cars. We successfully navigated road crossings with designated footpaths, cyclist paths, tram paths and a lane for the cars - some one way others two way! We has a lovely meal, only 1 course, at a local restaurant and home by 8.30, maybe the canal cruise tomorrow night? Between ships, buses, planes and trains we are a bit exhausted so have settled in, icing our feet and some for the drinks, to watch the opening by Prince Harry of The Invictus ...