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... I ended up leaving a message about how much the visit meant to me.
June 29th was spent entirely by traveling. It was weird because I usually enjoy bus rides but I was so miserable on the bus ride to Paris that I almost had a panic attack. I just wanted to get off and it was 8 hours long. After that we still had a train to Tours and by the time we got back to our sweet little city it was almost 2am. I was so tired but when I got back I ...
... and packed up my remaining items, then making my way to the nearby U Bahn. Today was actually raining (first time so far on this trip), so I managed to wear my big winter jacket which had been sitting in my suitcase untouched until today.
I walked down to the U Bahn and waited for a train that was due to arrive in four minutes. After twenty minutes passed without a train, I became suspicious. I asked one of my fellow commuters what was happening and he explained that ...
... one of our bags coming out of the hold - a marked contrast to the previous airport where we witnessed a small silver case falling off a luggage trolley, seen and ignored by a number of airport workers before it was rescued. On entry into Schiphol proper, we saw what we had longed for - clear, direct, legible and English signs that pointed us to clean, functioning and well-lit toilets. We got to the baggage carousel and as we approached the bags from ...
... Belgium, more flat, and we see clusters of windmills in windfarms - the stands are camouflaged (slightly) with the bottom painted forest green, fading to white a third of the way up.
Across the border again, and into The Netherlands, the countryside is the same. Villages with churches. As we approach Amsterdam, we see farms separated by small streams and canals. The Netherlands is predominantly a protestant country with only ...
... bookshops in town, which are right next to each other. As we walked in the door of Waterstone’s Jacob exclaimed: "Harold!" It was Ellen and Harold, our Fort Worth cousins! We knew they were going to be in Amsterdam on the same day, which was strange enough, but to run into them by chance was amazing. After a few minutes chatting we went our separate ways, to be reunited at Joe’s Pizza on Hulen in the broiling heat of Texas in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmsterdam Hostel Centre
I really didn't have the highest expectations entering my first hostel, but I could not have been more impressed. The service was incredible- the concierge drew out maps for us whenever we wanted to go somewhere and gave us great recommendations. He also put us all together though we did not request a private room. The rooms were clean and warm, the shower was large, and the Wifi was great. I had the best sleep in a while in Amsterdam! The location was also near all the nightlife and restaurants, and in easy walking distance to all attractions. I would definitely recommend this hostel to anyone looking for a great deal, good service, and a great location!
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