Hotel IX Amsterdam
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Hey. Sorry for the delay. We are simply melting in the heat these days... So Tuesday, day two in Amsterdam, was bike day. We skipped out of bed to free pancakes (free hostel breakfast is the best!) and trundled along to find our tour with Mike's Bikes. We were given some tips and tricks by Mike from the Netherlands (not the Mike) who then became our punky and party hardy bike guide. Navigating the city was slightly terrifying as we weaved single ...
... A very impressive saucer shaped modern stadium, with a shopping mall devoted mostly to furniture and design and a number of restaurants wrapped around the stadium.
We spent Saturday hanging out with Stan’s cousin Andy, who was kindly sharing his room with us. The Sunday we headed into town on the metro and then by bus to the Museum district. We walked through the middle of the Rikjsmuseum building to the park behind it, and ...
... no aim or map, just walking from one canal to the next. Each one presented something different to the rest. Everywhere I looked there was a million-dollar picture right there. On the afternoon of my arrival I walked for a few hours, and unknowingly I covered a few major landmarks, such as De Oude Kerk (the oldest church in the city), the Dam Square and the royal palace, the flower market, and the Rembrandt Square. When the ...
... looked good although we had already eaten.
We wish we had more time at this hotel. Despite being very small (half the room is taken up by a wall to wall bed) the shower and toilet are in tubes, we still found room for our (now overflowing) suitcases. The room is controlled by an iPad. From the blinds to the colour lighting, to the mood (romantic, business, relaxation etc.). There is also a ...
We're off to Belgium tomorrow - so I didn't feel the need to go to the Heineken museum in Amsterdam, but don't worry, in Delft I helped myself to a Grolsh, and a Heineken. I think it's a bit like fosters at home. No one here drinks it, but it sells strongly abroad. (In fact I don't think we even have a beer called fosters - it is just the company that owns....)
Another cheese that isn't Gouda