BEST WESTERN Amsterdam Airport Hotel Uithoorn
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... our traveling companions. A short walk back to our hotel, and we then set up a fan to help our clothes, which we laundered earlier in the day, finish drying. (The electricity in our room only comes on when we put our room key in a control box, so they could only air dry while we were out.) Well, the whips are out now--breakfast starts at 7 am, and we are leaving the hotel for the train station at 7:55! No more leisurely mornings for a while! So it is time to say good night! ...
... bled into the night, and Wil and Bep's son Dennis came over with his 2 year old son Riley who's learning to speak Dutch, English and Finnish - smart ****. After a couple more beers and some soup for dinner, Dennis offered to drive us back into Amsterdam as he had to work there that night. We got back to Amsterdam, Daniel called it quits as he was tired, and Dad and I had another couple of drinks by the canal before heading back, via the kebab shop, home! Day 2 ...
What a time we have had. Absolutely love Amsterdam. Would love to definitely come back. The people are friendly. The canals are beautiful. Lots of great things to see. All the tourist sites, including museums have English explanations. Even have menus with English. As a result it just feels so very welcoming. The population is also about one million so it's size is also a bonus. With so many people riding bikes, there is a youthful energy ...
whoo hoo!! Today Tiffani, Chloé and Grant decided to live dangerously! First stop, the bike rental shop. George and Sharon were either too tired from last night or too afraid to ride a bicycle so we ditched them. We planned to meet up later on this afternoon in town.
Although Dutch is the official language in Amsterdam, almost everyone is fluent in two or more languages. Getting around was no problem. The guy who helped us at the bike shop could ...
... the Viking Baldur, which was docked at the Amsterdam terminal. The Viking staff greeted us and hosted a lovely al fresco lunch on the AquaVit terrace. When our verandah cabin became available, we relaxed in our new floating home and unpacked our suitcases when they were delivered to us.
At 6:15, our program director, Oliver Freytag, welcomed us ...