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... Then dinner. It could not have been better. Mumsy really got special attention as a coeliac. They really are on the ball.
We sat at a delightful table of six very courteous Americans. The food and choices were marvellous.
The boat left Amsterdam late in the evening. It is very smooth and gets along at a fair clip. The shore is close. Mumsy is worried we are about to go aground but it's alright the life jackets are under the ...
... found the correct street. If all the streets had names, this wouldn't have been such an issue. The hostel was located in an old school building with a brick courtyard in the front, a cafeteria, and several hundred rooms for guests. It was the most commercial hostel I had stayed at, and wasn't "homey' in the least. I checked in and was assigned to room 14. As I made my way up the stairs and followed the signs for the ...
Yesterday and today marked the end of our 2-week stay in Amsterdam, as early tomorrow morning two taxis will whisk us in separate directions. Lucy and Irene have an early morning flight from Schiphol airport back to the states, and are scheduled to arrive in Daytona Beach around 5 P.M., while Dee and I board a train for a 3-hour-journey to Paris, our last port of call on this trip.
Today, after packing ...
... may serve coffee, but their primary product for sale is marijuana), and even saw one "lady in a window".
After our brief visit in Amsterdam (we will be here next summer when the weather will be much more pleasant, so no need to suffer the cold), we made our way back to the train station. We paid the 0.50 euro each to use the WC, and found out which platform to find our train back to Hoopdorf the easy way -- by asking at the information desk. Walking back ...
... Wish we'd discovered that earlier, but I think my liver is probably glad I didn't! Plus we probably didn't want to sit and drink at home, no prospect at all of seeing anybody in clogs there (but we saw one yesterday, AMAZING!!) We sat and had our cheese, drank our beer, packed our bags, and when 10:30 rolled around we have Mum a buzz to check in on her (Maggie really) and see how they were, before heading off to bed. Day 5, and pretty much this time in Amsterdam, ...