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The place is amazing! Clean, Quiet and the staff are really helpful.
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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 …
We enjoyed our last day in London with a beautiful morning on St Katherine's Dock which overlooks The Tower of London and is the mooring place for many privately owned yachts. We had a delicious brunch at a little French a Restaurant, checked out the Tower and bridge before joining a cruise down the Thames. The commentator was very entertaining and very informative. We then headed for Florence Nightingale Museum which was a real treat. One of the highlights was ...
... the steep stairs!
... direction and with our very own set of traffic lights at intersections...very sophisticated!
Of all the days to pick to cycle a 60-70km loop! The temperature was up around 34 degrees and we were cooking! Most of the way there we were right out in the open with no shade at all, so we headed straight into a cafe on arrival for homemade iced tea. Yes I know...how tame, however alcohol at that point would have rendered us into ...
... the worlds most famous cities. Indeed there was red lights adjourning some of the buildings, and there was prostitutes that were provocatively sitting or standing in their boxes, in hopes of pulling a 'fare'. But the thing that surprised me was just how casual it seemed. The district surprised we with a clash between the normal and the unusual. There was a church, bars, restaurants and homes as well as the many infamous hash cafe, sex museums and prostitute boxes and none of it seemed ...