Orange Tulip Hotel
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... and salt/peppervshaers that look like phalluses. Honestly within the two blocks that is all one giant tourism, it is everywhere. That being said we had a great night. Getto has great food and great drinks and I highly recommend it. My only regret is that we didn't go on a night that had a drag show. What was also a little strange about today was that we essentially rode the v train for free. Our eurail bid supposed to act as our ticket and they mark it down ...
... their rooms made me quite sad. The most surprising part of it all is how it is completely integrated into the landscape of the city. People just walk through the area as if it were nothing. You can be walking through the city square and all of a sudden you turn and are in the red light. Definitely something you don't see everyday though. Afterwards we made our way to a cafe (no not a "cafe", but a cafe). It was quite interesting because the shop was under the ...
... culture in through this tour then we would have if we were to walk. Sounded like to much walking for us any way's...This activity proved to live up to its ability to bring people together while adding more meaning to the public area not just culturally and historically as a reputation for Amsterdam but to all the individuals personally experiencing it. Doubt the Disney cruise can do that...Watercolor cruise all the way. ...
... row to myself :D
The flight itself was good, nothing out of the ordinary. After a beautiful smooth landing we were told by the purser that our co-pilot had just passed his final exam with this perfect landing. I congratulated him upon disembarking the plane :)
That was a good start and I will definitely try the same again for the upcoming long-distance flight. Which is, as fate wants it, at least 70 mins delayed as of now. But, AMS (the airport) was ...
... for my liking. We stayed on for the return trip.
Another tram trip back to the Delft shop. I bought some candles, but still nothing for Rosie. We came home for a quick break, then went to the Dutch Resistance Museum. It is only two doors from us. It was quite good, although a little hard to follow, and they had to kick us out at 5pm.
We still had some time left on our travel card, so we went to the end of line 14, ...