De Zoete Inval Hotel Haarlemmerliede
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jó hely, kellemes és figyelmes személyzet, csendes szobákkal, wifivel.
nem 4 *, de jó volt!
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megvolt a repülőjegy, a szállások, az autóbérlés, a napi program.
a repülő hajnali 6 kor indult. nem igaz: 6.10 kor :-)
azt gondoltam, simán tudok aludni 1/2 4 ig, de nem jött össze. hiába, még mindig izgulok.
az autó 4 re jött, és reptéren voltunk 4.40 re.
a becsekkolás simán ment. mint kiderült, a …
... bit until we found a cafe. We decided to share a joint rather than one each. Good move because this thing blew my ******* head off. Absolutely wrecked and couldn't move.. Then I was sick as we left the place because I'd had a fair few beers which doesn't mix too well. Simon was pretty ****** also but not as bad as me. He got me a taxi and I made it home. Bit of a bummer to end the night early. Not ...
... think a place like this actually exists. Since you aren't allowed to take any pictures, and the last thing I want to do is **** off a prostitute, I've kindly found a link to the scenary of this place...
As soon as it got dark and a couple space cakes later, we had no idea how to get home. That was scary.. but we did.. and we didn't lose Kyla.. still winning.
... and a place for that sort of thing and this probably isn’t the best for that. After we left we head off for the red light district (complete polar opposites really) which is one of those places that doesn’t need a sign to show when your there or where to go. Follow the masses flocking to and from the center of town and you will reach it. We saw one woman who literally couldn’t stand up and was being helped home by her friends (at least we hope they were) and ...
... Some were concrete boats (built around the steel shortage of WWII) with houses on top. There were also quite a few modern/American looking houseboats built atop a low floating deck of pontoons. Every now and then, we'd come across a boat with large living quarters but still fitted with a mast, leeboards and sails. In some cases the mast was stepped and the boom was fitted with a rolled up sail clearly visible. In other cases the mast had been folded down and the sails removed ...