Orange Tulip Hotel
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... 10/17 -- Sisters, Oregon ---obviously some catching up to do!! We arrived home early evening on 10/15, completely wiped out. Does jet lag get worse as we age?! Our trip back was easy - a direct, smooth flirt from Amsterdam to Portland, picked up our car and some belongings and drove home thru rain showers. We enjoyed 10/13 and /14 in Amsterdam, dined with Robb and Julie both nights, the second at an excellent Thai spot in the Red Light District. That day we had ...
... have the munchies later, the perfect little snack. It's a rushed afternoon, we just get our rooms, drop our **** off and have to rush to find an ATM and grab our own dinner before we're due to meet in the lobby for the sex show. Well, the sex show isn't in the lobby, but, you know what I mean. There's no chance we would be able to get to 'Belushi's' for a chicken parmi, despite our extremely high fitness levels at the end of a 36 day tour of debauchery. We pretty much eat the ...
... before getting ready, and heading out to to meet the girls for the pubcrawl. We stopped at Dam Square to take a couple of photos and then met with everybody else at the meeting point near Central Station. The first pub that we went to was called Players. To be honest I drank a fair amount that night, so I don't recall much. Which means that it probably was a great night. I managed to get back to the Hostel safely between ...
... as well as a boat ride on the city’s famous canals. It is amazing to think that the majority of the city sits below sea level, and was originally settled 600 years ago when it was primarily marsh and swamp land, and was slowly reclaimed as it grew.
The canals are one of the features that make the city so very special, and the majority of the homes along the canals were built in the 1600s, and still retain their original facades, complete with ...
... Radhika here, who has been staying here for a long time.
Had good time catching up with her after such a long time. Its good to see someone close in a foreign land. It refreshed me after a loooong flight from Singapore. Now I am getting ready for another long flight to Lima..
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