Golden Tulip Alphen A-D Rijn
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... from the front desk. We just wanted to relax a little so we opened our second floor window and sat in it with our feet hanging out enjoying the atmosphere. Soon a girl came up and asked to use our bathroom. We said sure, so she grabbed her two friends and came up to use our hallway bathroom. They paid us with Heineken beer. I stood with them in the hallway so I heard their stories. They’re from Amsterdam and they’ve been to America and the love Americans. ...
... the spot, and cheap. As it was already fairly late we decided to go back and plan our visits to the next two cities to be more efficient. Hotels, tours, landmarks. It really does take a lot of time to sort out, as you want to make sure you get the most out of each city within our budget. It also takes a little longer if you keep flicking to the AFL website to get the latest on all the news back home lol. ...
Waterfront hotel Hired bikes Vondel park Met Ruben for drinks at windmill brewery ij Dinner with Ruben, doede and robin at Moroccan restaurant. Red light district with doede Maritime mueseum Nemo rooftop Hannekes boom with gina, fleur and ai lien Anne frankes house Winkles apple ...
... very creepy. The rest of the garden was pleasant followed by a small gift shop where you could by flowers or souvenirs. Another 15 minute walk and we were in the heart of Amsterdam. We wondered around to Dam square, the famed city center. There is a large white monument there that was built after WWII as a symbol of survival and future peace (thank you Rick Steves for the education). I made Dmitriy sit around for 20 minutes, that might be ...
We had a quiet day today.
Went exploring another shopping area of Amsterdam, and bought a few presents for the kids.
Dropped into the Medieval Torture Museum.
Had baguettes for lunch.
Tried book a train from Venice to Como (again).
Hid from the rain in our hotel for the afternoon.
Found a quiet little Italian restaurant for dinner.
Repacked the suitcases, ready to move on to Frankfurt tomorrow.