Orange Tulip Hotel
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... thoughts for sure. The place is crazy liberal, crazy busy, crazy noisy and crazy dangerous when trying to cross any and all of the following - bike paths, streets and lanes, tram tracks etc.. They come at you fast and from out of nowhere. It is nothing to see the bikers texting as they tool along - reluctant as anything to avoid you the pedestrian. We enjoyed our stay but are really looking for a quieter next few weeks. Night all!
... of a canal. It had been recommended to us and was a lovely way to end our stay in Amsterdam.
My flight left before Joe's on Saturday. I decided to catch the train to the airport. Our taxi into the city cost 60 euros.The train was 5 euros and was much quicker. Joe helped me carry my case to the train and then went back to the hotel for couple of hours before he had to leave for his flight to Africa.
Until next time
Hi. Sorry there won't be anymore posts for this trip. Our luggage has been lost getting to Amsterdam so we are short of most things like camera chargers and clothes!!... Should it turn up we might get some pictures posted but not looking good.. Paul and Maureen. ...
... remained safe). Anne Frank's story is tragic and appealingly poignant because history can often feel too broad, too overwhelming to grasp. Anne gives that terrible time a face, a voice, a diary. But thousands of children, in the Netherlands alone, were victims of violence and cruelty during that time, to say nothing of the scope and reach of violence across Europe. That kind of death and hardship (especially of and on children) is hard to imagine in such ...