Hotel Seven one Seven
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We arrived at Schipol airport in Amsterdam to pick up Simon's friend Felix who is also from Germany, but studies at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, which I visited back in October! The three of us headed straight to the Amsterdam central station where we could then get transportation passes to get to our hotel. Our hotel was pretty nice considering the price we were paying, and decently close to things in the city center, so we ended up walking ...
... the museum.
Lots of push bikes around, even with the light rain. Didn't realise they have their own push bike lane on the road which I was walking down thinking it was the edge of the road and ended up getting belled at by some bike riders for walking in their lane. You have to watch out here for cars and push bikes when you cross the road!
Day tour of Amsterdam ...
... to laugh when I saw the cannabis seeds right next to the bulbs. I found a torture museum, yeah I know, another museum, but no art in this one. Only a small place but a lot of history on the medieval torture methods. The spanish inquisition have a lot to answer for. I don't know what twisted minds thought that a confession reached under excruciating pain meant it had to be true. Further along on my walk I found a busker, in a canoe, in the ...
... Right next to it there is the Parkcafé. In the main hall they have a Heineken Bar and a Champagne Bar. Loads of shopping opportunities and chill-out areas. Right now I am sitting behind all the food stalls and relaxing on a couch. (Note: The free unlimited WiFi works. Lounge password: KLMddmmyy)
For the 1,5 nights in LA I sorted out a (hopefully) sweet accommodation through couchsurfing. Will see how cool it really is when I get there. I'll keep you posted!
Aurvouire Paris. Left at 8am on a bus to Amsterdam. Travelled through the pretty French countryside, through Belgium, flat farming districts, mostly corn and potatoes. Stopped for morning tea and lunch at service stations, and arrived in Amsterdam at 4pm. This is a very busy city with 1.2 bikes per person.
Our ship is just amazing, was refurbished at the beginning of the year and is still sparkling and new. We feel very spoilt and living in ...