Bilderberg Hotel De Klepperman
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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... the rain came back on, before changing to hail! It was so heavy and went on for so long the ground was literally white from it! It looked like it had been snowing! We had originally taken shelter under an outside canopy of a bar along with a few others, and that was working out well for us... Until there was so much rain on the top of it, the roof sunk down and the water was pouring in the sides! We made a dash for the nearest restaurant. The ...
... Wish we'd discovered that earlier, but I think my liver is probably glad I didn't! Plus we probably didn't want to sit and drink at home, no prospect at all of seeing anybody in clogs there (but we saw one yesterday, AMAZING!!) We sat and had our cheese, drank our beer, packed our bags, and when 10:30 rolled around we have Mum a buzz to check in on her (Maggie really) and see how they were, before heading off to bed. Day 5, and pretty much this time in Amsterdam, ...
... a mouth opening experience, girls standing in the windows, with a red light shining on them (or purple / blue, depending on what kind of lady they were) shaking their bits in a hope that some keen traveller will pay them for a bit of fun. We weren't allowed to take photos, or else their pimps would come out and destroy us, but fair enough, it's not a joke, this is how they actually make a living. We didn't end up going to the Anne frank house which was a ...
... they still have horses) then we also got to taste the beer of course. Shaun bought quite a few souvenirs at the gift shop including a tshirt, beer coolers, a credit card style beer opener, a rack to stack his beer easier in the fridge and some Heineken drinking glasses. As it was our last evening with the topdeck group we had a group dinner at a Chinese restaurant called Sea Palace which is the biggest floating restaurant in ...
... Amsterdam. Really neat! We had something to drink and do a little people watching. Next place we want to go is the Red Light District, hereafter, referred to as the RLD. Now I sound like a lawyer. Robert said it was just a few more blocks but turned out to be about 25 or 30. Oh well, it was fun to wander and absorb the Amsterdam culture. We wandered up & down streets & saw about 10 or so girls in windows so people can "window shop". ...