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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cornelisz Amsterdam
Great location, good breakfast and new facility. The only bad thing were the smell of the romm (like sewage).
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... which is far more fun than taking more chips home. I have stopped gambling after losing only $100, a fact I'm proud of since I've been able to play for at least 8 hours.
Overall, our kids probably have loved the cruise more than anywhere we've been so far (although the safari is a close contender). We think the next one will be a Disney cruise somewhere warmer and more attractive to a younger crowd.
... victim to what I like to call the Taya effect. Her bike was fine when she left it with me to place our order for Vlaamse frites (french fries) near Leidseplein, and in no less than 3 minutes when she returned, the front tire was flat. I was glad I ordered the large fry because this happenstance left me pedaling a few miles back to our lovely Airbnb pad outside of the center with Taya in tow on the rack at the back of my bike ... in the rain, of course. We ...
... s iPhone after he lost it outside the hotel (it fell out of his helmet) and generally loving having about 50+ hairy bikers stay there with not one bad word said. We can all fully recommend this hotel for anyone visiting this way again in the future, especially if on a bike.
We set off along now recognised roads - The NASA Parkway - The I-45 - The Sam Houston Tollway - The I-59...... in all, 38 miles to the dealership. Just before we got ...
... and the Dam square area. Kids (Hayden & Sarah) got restless fast so we made our way back thru Tulip square..Judy would have loved this..all the bulbs you could imagine....also some weird shops with "innapropriate" parafanalia.. I won't comment nor post a photo.. Haha Once home we hung out for an hour or so ...and then off again to walk to dinner (poor Sarah - I think she counts every minute ...
... one of the pilgrims aboard the Mayflower. As part of that group, he would have walked through these doors and worshipped the Lord 405 years ago. It is also an incredible testimony of the faithfulness and graciousness of God to carry a relationship with Jesus Christ through these many years and generations.
I pray that one day, my 11th great-grandchild would trust in Christ alone be walking faithfully with Him. The Lord is faithful very often to ...