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Nice and quiet hotel very close to Leidseplein, Fantastic location and staff.
However the facilities needs to be improved.
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First blog post, yey me.
Considering I live in London and Amsterdam is literally a short hop away.
I really can't help myself to think
... walking around, learning about the windmills and taking LOTS of photos in the one of the cutiest little villages I'd ever seen! All the buildings were painted green and white (traditional colors for the Netherlands) and the row of working windmills was an impressive site. We visited HET JONGE SCHAAP (The Young Sheep) on the Kalverringdijk, a cap winder sawmill that utilizes the wind's power to saw timber. This ...
... Stayokay' located next to Vondel Park, to the south of the city. I was instantly in awe of Amsterdam. It is such a uniquely beautiful city. The canals, the flower pots spilling with flowers on almost every lamp post, the narrower than narrow buildings and all the bicycles. It's no wonder that the city centre was given unesco world heritage status in 2010; it's amazing! We checked in and wasted no time making our way to Dam Square, in the heart of the city, to ...
Wed., Sept 3, 2014
Arrived in Amsterdam just after lunch and made our way to our rental apartment in Leidseplein which serves as a transport hub in the city as well as a centre for nightlife and shopping. Our apartment has an amazing rooftop patio with 360 degree views! Got settled in and walked to the Heineken building to check out where our tour stop is tomorrow on the Hop-on Hop- off Canal Bus. Amsterdam is a beautiful city of 6 million ...
... old...but we were later told that this is generally the women you see during the day time. It made me a little sad walking through there - they all seemed to have sad eyes and looked unhappy.
Our time in Amsterdam came quickly to a close and we were packing our bags to head to Adrian's dads home town, Groningen, where Steve lived as a child.
Indy has really started to develop a new level of independence this trip, hence the new ...