City Hotel Amsterdam
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... br> After a number of hours in Rembrandt's House, we decided to enjoy a drink at the Amsterdam Icebar. What a "cool" experience! Rugged up against the -9.5 deg C temperature, we danced inside to keep warm. All except Tony, who after 30+ winters in Minnesota thought the temperatures were practically tropical!
Later in the afternoon Rex and I explored the Ould Kerk, the oldest church in Amsterdam built in 1306. It was simply magnificent, and was the final ...
Last week I flew to Amsterdam to meet Joe. He had been working in Mauritania West Africa for the previous two weeks and flew to Amsterdam for a week's break before flying to Ghana to spend a week working there at the Kinross mine site.
We met at the airport on Saturday morning and took a taxi to our hotel which was in a great central position very close to the train station. Neither of us had been to Amsterdam before so were very excited to be able to spend ...
... protected cycle tracks and better facilities.
So, I know that I am not here to study persons in wheelchairs, but I have a profound respect for people I have met through Warriors on Wheels (an advocacy organization in Detroit for those in wheelchairs). Day-by-day people like Lisa Franklin and Leapin’ Larry use assistive devices to get around; Marguerite Maddox and her guide dog, ...
... restaurant with a cheese fondue, baby sole and beer...truly Dutch for Van Kerk. Long walk back to the hotel as we explored the outer reaches of the canal rings that took us through more residential and antique shops and galleries. A great look at the other part of old Amsterdam. Tomorrow we are up early and off to Apeldoorn to see Sarah for an afternoon of family time. Then back in the train and into Amsterdam for our last night. Good times. See the pic of the original use of ...
... it too late. Few things are as awful as watching the train you want to be on pulling away from the platform while the kind passenger who just tried to help you back onto the train gazes helplessly at you from behind the window.
Fortunately, we had a back up train route for just this situation. We caught the next train to the correct Hamburg station, not more than 10 minutes later, only to discover that our back up train had been cancelled due to construction. ...