Hotel Savoy Amsterdam
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... we ultimately covered half the city center looking for this boat and it was late afternoon before we finally found it. I could see why they wanted to do another trip on it though and it was worth the hike to find it. Unlike the usual canal boats used by most tourists, which is a long boat encased in glass with school bus like seating, this one was a small cargo boat nicely laid out with couch-like seating and pillows that you could stretch out on. The boat ...
Today we woke up really late since we had been up fairly late at the comedy show last night. Once we were up and showered it was already 12pm so we decided to head out for awhile. We feel like we have seen a good deal of the city since we had been walking around for almost a week now. The 4 hour bike tour was really helpful in getting our bearings to, but we enjoyed exploring the inner city and red light district.
... me until 730 to finish all the steps. I kept getting lost after I followed people around, the map we were given did not have street names on it, so it was basically no help. A few girls I interviewed were all riding in really pretty shorter dresses and heels, and I was pretty impressed with their riding skills. I have yet to attempt to ride a bike in heels, and to do it as gracefully as these ladies. Most of them were reasonably friendly, but all were in a hurry and rode ...
... the line for the Van Gogh Museum. Our museum card got us to the front of the line and we enjoyed about 2 hours with Van Gogh and some of his friends. Then off to a great sea food lunch, some walking about, and onto a tourist boat for a ride around the canals. That is a must do as a visitor to Amsterdam, to help you get oriented as much as anything.
It was a warm, sunny weekend and the canals were mobbed! There are about 6 ...
... calamari, along with salads and french fries.
Our charming apartment owner, who is still in Hong Kong, had recommended we visit the Van Loon Museum, a typical 17th-century canal house on the south side of the city. So after lunch, we walked in that direction, passing some interesting scenery along the way, including an ice cream parlor sniffed-out by Lucy, who has developed the keen sensitivity of a bird-dog in that regard, where we each enjoyed a ...