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... Mum and dad then took the tram back to the B&B to put their feet up before tea, Amy and I wandered back home on foot. We found one my favourite little places I enjoyed last time I was here and also enjoyed a Guinness, Amy had a jacks. Tea was at the De Roode Leeuw on Damrak, I ate there last time I was in Amsterdam. Well the service, food and atmosphere was brilliant again and we had a great meal and time. The waiters were quite taken by ...
... there would be 2mts to the end of the room and the en-suite is lucky to be 2x1.5mts. The one good thing is the beds feel wonderful. We didn't even get tea/coffee making facilities until we asked, and now have a kettle, 2 cups and a spoon. Lucky we have a few goodies stock piled from previous places and also bought a small jar of coffee and some tea bags in Paris on Friday. Just need to attach the photos and then off for a life changing ...
... stores on a busy shopping street. From when Catholics were driven underground. - Begijnhof - a quiet courtyard with houses around two churches, which has sheltered women since 1346 (originally the Beguine women). We wandered west of the old centre to the Jordaan neighborhood, including: - impressive Westerkerk (Western Church), - Prinsengracht (Prince's Canal) lined with houseboats, - some funky little artsy streets, - and the Anne Frank House, which ...
... fun and I see why practically everyone in Amsterdam rides bikes. It is so well set up for it with bike lanes and lights all over the place.
We went past a few iconic places such as I Am sterdam sign, Anne Frank's house, and a cool building which had the latin words "Homo Sapiens Non Urinat in Ventum". Brilliant.
After what seemed too short we pulled up back at the hostel and ended our tour. We got ...
... and we were suddenly homesick for our own dogs. The town was really scenic so we decided to find a cafe for lunch. Two baked potatoes was our choice. We then felt we should head back towards the airport - about 20 miles away but with possible traffic delays. We also needed to fill the petrol tank - they have both Shell and BP here along with other brands. We arrived at the airport with an hour to spare before check-in was open for our flight but that ...
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