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Our first a major stop was Amsterdam. We arrived early in the morning and after checking in at the hotel we set out on the train into the city. We walked around for hours on end soaking up the beautiful city. The canals are beautiful but dirty definitely would not want to fall into one. We went past Nemo their science center. Behind there are heaps …
... returned from the slaughterhouses. (The words "concentration camp" sound wholly too benign for what they were.) The visit held more interest for Olivia than Elias, but after Elias and I discussed it later in the day, I found him hiding in one of the closets crying. He was so sad for Anne and all the people who were killed by the Nazis.
A lessor known homage we enjoyed in Amsterdam was Begijnhof, a collection of homes around a courtyard that were used by Beguines – ...
... At Via, that would still be considered 1/2 hour early.
Arrived at Amsterdam Centraal and it's station is almost as impressive as Antwerp.
It was less than a kilometre to our hotel so we walked. The hotel has a good location close to Dam Square and the Royal Palace (and at the edge of the Red Light District).
It was about 3:30 by now so we decided to catch a canal cruise to see a few things from the water. It was ...
... and tourist in boats eating their dinner and drinks enjoying the outdoors and scenery on the canal. I would love to be doing that. My dinner was rump steak with Bernaise sauce, salad and French fries. We walk back to the Spui by hotel to have a beer at the famous Luxembourg Cafe. We also share veal croquettes, minced meat in mashed potatoes deep fried. Dutch specialty. I like Amsterdam a lot better today. I think it is because it is sunny and ...
... of people biking. They are everywhere, you would probably find a place to park your car before you find a place to park your bike. It is quite funny how you see people in business suits biking down the road on the oldest bike imaginable. They have really good bike lanes and if you are walking on it the bikes will ring their bells at you and if you don't move you will probably get knocked over or yelled at.
It was a great place with an awesome personality and ...
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The place is amazing! Clean, Quiet and the staff are really helpful.
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