Fletcher Badhotel Egmond aan Zee
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... and have lunch. Afterwards we took a taxi to the Rijk Museum for a culture experience and came face to face with some of the famous Dutch painters and their master pieces, including The Night Watch. The museum is a time capsule of Dutch history housing art, period furniture, instruments of war and exquisite sculptures. A day was was not enough to ...
... bled into the night, and Wil and Bep's son Dennis came over with his 2 year old son Riley who's learning to speak Dutch, English and Finnish - smart ****. After a couple more beers and some soup for dinner, Dennis offered to drive us back into Amsterdam as he had to work there that night. We got back to Amsterdam, Daniel called it quits as he was tired, and Dad and I had another couple of drinks by the canal before heading back, via the kebab shop, home! Day 2 ...
... group, we caught a Ferry to centraal. Our tour leader took us for a walk around the red light district then took us to a Sex Show. That was an interesting experience. Let's just say the girls were very talented... We also learnt the lesson that you don't get coffee from a coffee house - they are the hemp shops. Cafés sell ...
... restaurants, and just had a really good vibe. We stupidly didn’t get the tram to our hostel, which was in the uptown area close to the Red Light District, so we had a 2.5km slog with our backpacks on. That was fun haha. We were really looking forward to getting our packs off, and just having half an hour to chill, however when we walked into our dorm we were horrified to see that we were sharing with eight Irish girls, all about 18 years old, who had ...
... The District, as you would expect, is full of young guys on vacation. However, we were struck by how respectful people are here. For example, no catcalls like at home. We also took a canal tour. The tour lasted 1.5hrs and was quite picturesque. The houses are all super tall and skinny, most have large windows, some sort of decoration on the facade, and a hook at the top middle of the house. The hooks are used to fashion ...