Hotel Seven one Seven
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... crew on board, the captain/tour guide and the 1st mate/bartender, and the first glass of Captain Morgan was free! What more could you ask for!
We waited patiently, drinks in hand, for the captain to solicit a few more passengers to fill the boat as we were the only ones on board, but he only managed to get another 6 people. While we waited we were entertained by a conversation between the 1st mate and a gentleman carrying a bunch of bags that appeared to ...
... wandered some of the canals and browsed in some of the stores. We had thought about going into one of the museams maybe the Van Gogh, but in the end decided we really didn't feel like wandering another museum and we instead wandered the complex with has 3 museums in it. The surrounding area is a pedestrian haven and its very close to Vondel park. We had to pop into the supermarket on the way home, we didn't have ...
... Most of the people I followed signaled at intersections, but few stopped at red lights, they just kept going, so I kept going, which was a little scary. At intersections without lights, they all just fit themselves through the crowd going the other ways, without slowing down in the slightest. It was fun to follow them, I felt as though I became a more confident rider while following them, because they were all so confident. After this exercise, I went to the Anne Frank House, which ...
... circles of canals through Amsterdam, crossed by a number of intersecting canals and one large river, the Amstel. They all connect to the great central River/Lake which is the major shipping channel out to the sea and which separates central and south Amsterdam from North Amsterdam. There are regular ferries chugging across the divide, along with huge river cruise ships and enormous commercial ships, though we didn’t see many of those on ...
... cone. Shortly thereafter, we reached the Van Loon house, more like a grand mansion, on the banks of the Keizersgracht canal.
The Van Loon house and museum is a magnificent private residence built in 1672, where the interior of the house has remained largely intact during the past centuries, and still evokes the splendor of the Dutch Golden Age. The Van Loon family history in Amsterdam dates back 400 years, when Willem van Loon was a cofounder of the ...