Hotel IX Amsterdam
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... directions. But again Mumsy could be busy with the Karcher.
There are cyclists everywhere and, of course. they approach from the wrong direction and you don't hear them coming. S grabbed me several times so I avoided suicide by cyclist.
Shelagh reassured me the shopping was great. The quest was shoes for Shelagh. I was a little underwhelmed.
The Town is a little hard to navigate with little meandering cobbled lanes ...
... go by while eating a red delicious. Twas a swell afternoon :) When I was about to leave, a girl named McKenna approached me and asked me to take a picture of her and the bench. I did, and we started talking. She was from California and had been backpacking since August. We exchanged some tips about hostels to stay at in various countries and fun things to do in Amsterdam. It's amazing how many people I've met from California! Later that day, I went back to the ...
... being taken.
I then proceeded to the west of the city and the Westerkerk and Anne Frank Haus. Again tickets in advance is a must! I loved this experience, despite the slow moving plod around due to the popularity of the exhibition the emotion was quite overwhelming and everything has been left just as it was making it very haunting. The entrance through the bookcase to the hiding place is very well done. Again no photo's ...
... which offers very little comfort to cyclists. Later that day, I was involved in my first
cycling accident of the trip. While cycling through Vondelpark, a car-free park another cyclist was not paying attention and side-swiped me. Thankfully, I was not seriously hurt, just a bloodied finger and a bit jarring to my nerves. But that accident made me think of how at the last second when I saw her coming I swerved a bit to avoid ...
... and garden that we planned to visit all day Saturday. Once our train got us to the station closest to the hotel, we took a bus that took us the remainder of the way to the hotel. From Amsterdam to our hotel (which was in a town called Noordwijk), it took about 1.5 hours by public transit. Not too bad!
I'll save the rest for part two of this blog post, which will be about our hotel and our time seeing the tulips!