De Rijper Eilanden
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today started with a fantastic bicycle tour through the city of Amsterdam and surrounds. Our very cool guide from Mike's Bikes told us all about the Dutch people and their love of bicycles and how to not make idiots of ourselves while riding around. First up was bell etiquette- one ring is a nice polite way of letting someone know you're behind them and will likely overtake them, two rings shows increased agitation that you ...
Well I guess I should back track a little bit. So saturday morning we got up around 9 to head off to the train station. We grabbed some Nutella waffles and ate them for breakfast by one of the many canals. That waffle was on point. Not only was it covered in Nutella, but the waffle itself was sugary moist. Soon after we were on our way to the train station. To get there we ended up walking through the red light district (quite ...
... The Red Light District leaves something to be desired....a very sketchy and dirty area in my opinion. The nauseating stench of cannibis is in the air almost everywhere you go. More so in the evening, but still very much there during the day. I would say that those two things are the main factors not persuading me to return here in the future. It may be completely legal here in Amsterdam, but both of those things go against my morals and values.
Well well well. This is the first blog entry where I am actually on the road :D
After a bit of hurried last minute packing and realizing the night before departure that I had to book my health insurance before starting the trip I finally managed to get everything ready. (Thanks mum for your help, couldn't have done it without you!)
My parents dropped me off at the airport in the morning, therefore we all had to get up super early. We made it to the ...
... It was very relaxed, and eating, drinking and smoking was allowed (encouraged even), so we sipped on beers, and others smoked joints as we sailed along the canals. Much better than the glassed in tourist boat cruises with audio commentary over a loud speaker. He took us along the canal where you can see the arched seven bridges all in a row, and the Magere Brug narrowest bridge (the original of which was supposedly built by 2 wealthy sisters living on opposite sides ...