Bilderberg Hotel De Klepperman
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... It was so beautiful. Even though Amsterdam is a wild city, it really is such a beautiful city! Two places we wanted to make sure to go and see was the Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank Huis. Unfortunately, by the time we were finished grabbing lunch, we had to decide one over the other since our time was dwindling down. We decided on Anne Frank House (Huis), which was by far the is the most amazing place we have seen on this trip. It was such an overwhelming sense ...
So today will be my first full day in Amsterdam, I feel a bit more comfortable after sleeping here. I am supposed to meet my friend Tom at the 'Centraal Station' which is right by the ocean. Hopefully we can find each other. The weather seems really nice today so hopefully it lasts! I met up with Tom around 11 in the morning and we spent the day touring the city a little. It was nice and definitely less daunting to not have to be alone in the ...
... any of the herring stalls, my excuse anyway. Did all the usual tourist things, found the red light area a bit grotty but a must see, markets were great but disappointed in the food offerings in the Leidesplein. Every second place either Italian or Argentine steak houses complete with the spruikers. Nearly got run down a millions times by either bikes or more dangerously the scooters that traverse the city in ...
... Derek (a very keen racer, and great tactician), Louise who has dinghy raced since she was knee high and David our association chairman who used to run a sailing school/charter business, and with other halves we were 8 up so well-loaded. But our strategy worked. The race was handicapped so we all started at different times and the first to the finish wins. We were in the middle of the fleet starting alongside three other boats of similar size. Derek manoeuvred us into a good ...
... and tickets worked.
We were staying in an apartment on the junction of two canals just outside the old city walls (Central Amsterdam looks like a horseshoe, we were just on the left edge of that). The apartment had a huge room and full kitchen, so a good base for our three nights. We had a wee chat to Tony, and went on our way. We set off on foot towards the Anne Frank house and the giant tower next to it which you can see from the whole West side of town (Handy to work ...