Hampshire Hotel - 108 Meerdervoort
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... substances came from the thousands of people that were in the area. It turns out the Brits travel by ferry across the channel and shop in Amsterdam for the day. Then they hop back on the ferry overnight and toddle home. After watching an engaging, giant size game of chess in a random square we headed off for a fun dinner at Hard Rock. We left the giant chess game after some drunked, local morons had a go at Cal and I labelling us as American tourists. This all came about due to ...
... and the tank was lower than the wheels.
As many will tell you "always lift a bike with your bum towards the bike"!!! Well, I tried this and simply could not get this heavy chunk of metal up and so I put my belly towards the bike and with one hand on the front crashbar and the other on the rear handle I lifted her up with all my might!!! Not an easy task at all with all that luggage but i managed!! Just wish I was 20 years younger ;-0
With not a mark on the bike I took my shot of ...
... beautifully sealed cycle paths! The health of this population would be amazing! Also pure heaven for cycle tourists like us-although we did struggle with a chilly head wind for most of the day, which was quite tiring.
We finally turned in for the night at one of the many campsites along the coastline at a place called Flushing. Quite a ritzy campground at $56 a night, but at least the showers were hot & free flowing. Next morning, our friendly ...
... returned safely they could make up to 400%25 profit... The company eventually folded as the merchants were all corrupt. The streets and homes that line the canal are very pretty. They are really expensive, apparently they cost 5000 euros per sq foot. We saw the smallest house and the largest house on the canal, quite a difference between the two. A recent phenomenon are houseboats apparently there are 2,500 lining the canals of Amsterdam which help ease the problem of housing. ...
It is our last day in Amsterdam and we have decided that we will be like all the 'Amsterdamites' and explore the city by bike. We spent the whole day riding around and exploring the parts of the city we did not see by foot. We started from our hotel and navigated the many trams, pedestrians and bicycles in order to make our way to the central station. From there we made our way to ...