De Rijper Eilanden
Travel Blogs from De Rijp
... we went with them to meet up with their group at a club called escape (the two girls from Minnesota had left by this point). It was a bit of a walk and when we got there it was the square we were recommend to. Trevor and Marty couldn't get in because Marty was wearing shorts and Niamh, very drunk and eager to go clubbing , coveted the 16 (!) euro entry fee. In a word the club was like boards. Same music, same scantily clad wogs barley dancing. We ...
... for not realising the sheer popularity of the museum and booking online a long time in advance. The online tickets had sold out when I looked a fortnight ago. After shivering outside in a cold wind for ages, I was second in the queue inside when the guy closed the house for 10 minutes as it was too crowded. I couldn't believe it! I was very happy when I finally made it past the pay desk. Visiting the Anne Frank house is a personal experience. ...
... a city bus trip and a city wander. Saw the biggest Apple store ever and was able to sort a problem with my iPad . They were very helpful and efficient and we did enjoy what we saw and experienced of Glasgow very much, lovely helpful people. We left Scotland reluctantly and took the Ferry to Ireland. Great trip even if it was a bit up and down, it was better than expected. It was a long day but when we reached Larne we headed north to the beautiful town ...
... in Amsterdam
must say European women dress with elegant chic- understated but excellent quality. Men too - not many sneakers - more the leather shoes. Our tour guide told us that the thousands of bicycles in Amsterdam are all older styles as there is a huge stolen bike trade - around 200 a day are stolen to be "recycled" in the markets!!!!!!!!!!! The canals are 3 metres deep - first metre water, second metre sludge and third metre ...
... anything to declare and if you don't walk through the red gate well you just walk out, so easy.By chance there was a Melbourne girl who travelled the exact same route as me. So although I'd love to tell you how to get to the city by train I can't, she gave me a lift in her taxi paid for by her company, I'm grateful.
I arrived at the hostel by 4am and my body thinks its 10pm... Ugh jet lag.
Even worse was my screw up with the booking. Back in Brisbane when ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking