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We planned to get to Amsterdam before 2pm. Us and about 30+ people who due to communication issues and late trains hopped on the wrong choo choo. So at two transition stops (needed to get going to the right destination) the conductors got asked the same question about 15 different times: "Amsterdam? Amsterdam Central?" After the 3rd time each conductor as asked you could see the look of confusion start to grow. We ...
... on the gentlemen's canal, a little challenging to eat dinner on a sloping floor and table but the waitress's seem to manage just fine and in the end so did we. It was a quiet night by our bus standards and the drive back to the hotel was filled with farewell speeches as 17 of our "family" are staying in Amsterdam.
Tomorrow we are heading back to London and will drive through 4 countries to get there, Netherlands, Belgium, France and England, quite ...
... hotel, the Movenpick was in a good location overlooking the port and railway yards, much to Wayne's delight. No wonder he loves this place. Satisfaction on so many levels achieved! He spent a great deal of time watching trains come and go . We saw a couple of cruise ships enter and leave the dock and it really is a city that never sleeps. As we only got to spend one night, we bid farewell with the promise to return one day. Germany tomorrow so until then I bid you all goodnight ...
... 25 entry fee and what would have been really expensive drinks and only half hour till close. Everyone else went in and I was less keen on staying alone in some seedy part of town on the street or walking home so I had to follow.
I was right, €12.50 for a scotch, should be max €7 in expensive bars.
Even though there was only half hour left, it turned out to be quite interesting. Erin ...
... At least with Italian and French there are words I recognize or sound familiar. This is gibberish. For example: Good morning = Goedemorgen (pronounced khoo-der-mor-khern). So, g sounds like k and throw a few extra r sounds in there. Yeah...we'll get right on that. Aaaahhhhh!!! Except then sometimes it sounds like they're mixing in English in a really funny accent. We need to find some understandable English soon or this is going to be a hard 3 days! ...