Fletcher Hotel-Resort Spaarnwoude
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the bus.i boarded and attempted to sleep. My efforts were futile. I could not sleep a wink. It was going to be the start of a very long 8 hours. After a few stops we finally arrived and I headed over to the tube stop and with the help of a very old lady I made it to the hostel. I settled in and went down to the bar for some food. Sitting at the ...
... It was really busy with bikes, people and trams everywhere.
From there we headed up the main shopping street, I purchased myself a nice blue dress shirt for cheap and both Dina and I had ourselves a hot waffle each which was spectacular. From there we headed into Rembrandtplein for a walk around. The rest of the day was spent walking through the various canals and finding amazing spots for pictures which we had not done too much of ...
Cruising with Belle before they left that eve ...they meet us after breakfast at our hotel as they need to leave their bags with us till they fly out that night ... We take off to explore way more corners of the city ...every turn is something new and interesting ...walking, dodging, all the bike riders is the hardest challenge ....they have right of way and there are soooo many. It's fascinating just sitting ...
... but it is now just for women only. We also saw Anne Frank's house, some amazing churches, the royal palace and the flower market. And of course we saw the seedier part of Amsterdam, waking through the red light district and past numerous coffee houses. There was even a condomarie which sold condoms in any shape, size and colour you could imagine. At the end of the tour we stopped near a typical Dutch pub which sold a traditional meal called Stamppot which was mashed potatoes ...
... safely and quickly on foot. In amsterdam, walking two blocks can be a legitimitely nerve wracking experience.
Checked into hostel, hung out with pablo and guy from buffalo for a bit before meeting up with venezuelan people and eating. Eventually reconnected with uruguayans and hit various pubs and such.
Walked around red light district. It's basically centered around one segment of one of the canals. Attractive but ...