Bilderberg Kasteel Kerckebosch
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... br> Around 5:00pm (17:00 here), we jumped back on the tram heading for Centraal Station, which is where we were scheduled to depart from on our romantic pizza cruise down the Amstel River. We had some time to spare so Elizabeth decided to take me to one of her favorite bars, Sky Bar in the Doubletree, because there were such great views of the city and had cute bar tenders. Well, little did we know what we were walking in on that Sunday night...an ...
... to go to the airport. There was only 1 place we knew we had to go for food before I left, and that was the pancake place! Once again they were ultra tasty. Dad even tried rum and banana.. Think he was drunk after it. It was raining in Amsterdam.. Again. So when we set off back to collect my luggage it was brollys up! On the way back I realised I had lost my locker ticket for collecting my luggage.. Oh dear, silly Nikki. Since we had walked a ...
... to not tell anyone about jesse passing out but i couldn't help myself i had to tell so i told everyone and they thought it was pissa.
That night we headed to the red light district and to a sex show which was pretty cool but also pretty boring because it had that feel that they didn't want to be there but yolo we got free drinks with our ticket so i couldn't really complain. That night i didn't realise i wasn't the only stoned one until the trip home ...
... empty. We drove down almost every street of the city of the place where our next destination was, much to the grievance of our GPS searching for somewhere we could fuel our car and ourselves. I’m sure it was shorter than it felt, but we were all pretty desperate for gas and food, even resorting to French McDonalds after we had filled our van tank.
In McDonalds, there was an option to go up to the cashier or to select your food choices from an ATM-like machines - ...
... including the famous “Night Watch”. The paintings are 350 years old, but they are
magnificent, luminous, and truly awe-inspiring.
After the museum, I was truly done for the day. I figured out which tram would get me closest
to the hotel, stopped at a little café up the street for supper, and couldn’t wait to get to bed.