Hotel De Looier
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... the cruise showed us were houses and canals. Unlike other tours/ cruises no interesting buildings were identified and the pre recorded commentary didn't line up with the locations we were at. We did have a near shave with a boat of drunk men and got a brown eye from one of them, not nice! 2. Ride a bike God no, it is absolute madness on the roads and cycle lanes with trams, bikes, cars and pedestrians trying to claim their space. It is nothing for a cyclist to whack you if ...
... languages. 12. You have a permanent sunglasses and flip flop tan (if you are Australian you actually start to say flip flop instead of thongs to avoid weird looks). 13. Even you bad times turn into good memories and you talk fondly of them. 14. You’re an expert of coming into a dorm at night and getting dressed by cell phone light without waking anyone. 15. You live for travel and find it hard to imagine going back to a real job ...
... hour (I felt like we looked so stupid haha) and asking multiple locals, who by the way were all super friendly, we finally made it!
We caught the tram into town (a 10min ride) and walked the streets taking it all in, we grabbed some mixed berries from a street stall - wow they are like nothing I have tasted; so fresh & sweet. Then we strolled down to Rembrandt square, (it was around 6pm and still beautiful with the sun ...
... food, I will try most things. Sorry to say I had my bite and really did not enjoy
the texture of the raw Herring or the small bones in my mouth :/ I much prefer
Having seen most
of the sights of Amsterdam we caught a tram to the Noordermarkt for a wander,
Dutch pikelets (made from buckwheat so wheat free!!) and lunch. We were to meet
Warren a French friend from Canada but as he kept changing his plans we found
it difficult ...
... overlooking the canals, and its quite charming! The only drawback is the 37 or more steep stairs to get to the reception area. Carrying the suitcases up was quite the work out! So after we recuperated from that we had a late dinner and then walked around Amsterdam exploring the ...