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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... the guide. Tour three David: Going into this tour, my plan was to stay with the group long enough to get into the museum and then leave the group of the kids were done. I wasn't really sure what the hour long tour would include but I knew the kids weren't up for too much more art. It was a bit of a walk to the museum where David is on display. Gretchen was tired when we got there, but after entering we sat on benches for about ...
... Kristie to get books for our classes at these little sketchy bookstores. For lunch we went to All'antico Vinaio, which is this panini shop that has 2 locations across the street from each other and always has a huge line because the sandwiches are so good. We got sandwiches and took them to Piazza della Signoria and ate them before shopping around then relaxing for the afternoon. It was weird that here, nobody acknowledges September 11th as anything important, since it is such ...
... after we were done with our dinner. We all were blown away by our dinners and dessert. I had the pizza, which didn't seem to have any cheese on it, but it was still probably one of the best, if not the best, pizzas I've ever had. It was so tasty and it had such fresh ingredients, including fresh slivers of garlic, on it. Corey had a steak that was cooked perfectly. I had tiramisu for dessert, which was so good and lightweight that I ...
... anyways, I will never forget the German hospitality.
Strangest Place: Amsterdam, Netherlands. Amsterdam has become infamous for its legal marijuana and prostitution. The Red Light District, where the prostitutes' place of business is, is one of the strangest places I have ever been to. Anyone cannot help but feel uncomfortable walking through this place. Also, I am not used to the streets smelling like marijuana smoke. Even though Amsterdam is a very pretty Dutch town, ...
... a welcome reception on the patio, with more great food and wine. In addition to the local food, there was also Frito's and Doritos on the table, which we all thought was kind of funny. We did more formal introductions and learned a little more about our fellow bikers before heading inside for dinner. We were able to order anything from the menu, so Ken enjoyed some pasta and fish, while I had a salad and steak. Fueling us up for more riding ...