De Rijper Eilanden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... city. With its narrow streets and bike paths navigating the their way around the canals and rows of 4-5 story houses and apartments. Lots of bridges, floating houses, bike and white swans all made for a pretty setting. However it is also a very busy city, you not only have to check for cars but also hoards of bike and scooters she crossing street. There is also a very distinct smell in the air.... which when smelt back home most definitely turns heads but here is just a part ...
JG- We arrived in Amsterdam and took a bus to the apartment we had rented through Air BNB. The apartment is pretty cool looking from the outside. The colors are very striking and the architecture is modern. We were greeted by our host Corina Kroon. She was very friendly and showed us around the apartment and information about the room, but also gave us space immediately. Our friend Anna Delaney and her boyfriend Naresh Krishnamurthy ...
... always wanted to rent a bike whilst in Amsterdam seeing as it was the biking capital of the world. We found a bike rental shop around the corner and both renter out a bike each for 24 hours. The weather so far during the day had been very stop and go. Bits of rain and bits of sun, pretty much staying this way all day.
The streets of Amsterdam were exactly as I would have pictured them. It is a beautiful vibrant little city that is littered with ...
... the excitement went from sky high to down low in a minute since someone on the plane needed medical attention so our flight was one hour delayed and of course due to that I missed my connection in Amsterdam but the funny thing was that Christian missed it too so we got to spend some time together at the airport.
It was so weird telling Sargam, see you in China and to Christian, see you in Turkey…the world really is my ...
... and it was a real pleasure to stay in a Dutch house, with those stairs... and the quaint loft bedroom. Moving on from Maastricht, we headed back north to Amsterdam once again. (we had a train to catch from the Dam) we headed on foot out of the centre a little for dinner as the weather had gotten quite mild in our absence. this brings to the "now", on a train, travelling through Belgium. Next stop. ...