Wapen van Enkhuizen
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Family rooms
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... excellent English). I would have to say their bus drivers (we had to take public transport into Amsterdam – Gerty is a tad big) are the best (friendly and helpful) bus drivers I have EVER met. So we bus it from our campsite to a suburb outside Amsterdam called Sloderdyke and then Metro into Amsterdam Central. We went over our first lifting bridge over a canal and actually had to wait for the bridge to go down after letting two yachts ...
... talking on the phone and even taking photographs are not uncommon activities while riding. On Monday we wandered past many canals down to the centre of the city. Smoking cannabis is legal here so one has to aware when seeking a cup of coffee. Cafés serve coffee while coffee shops sell weed. Happy hour takes on a whole different meaning! We're really pleased and surprised to find that when we order a cappuccino, ...
... were like most kids. Fearless. They whizzed through the streets but did exercise caution at intersections and when cars were coming. We stayed on smaller streets which were a bit more bicycle friendly with less cars. We soon learned that it was the other cyclists that we had to watch out for. They do not stop for anything! If you are in their way they just ring their bell.
Tiffani also quickly realized that trying to read a map while riding in ...
... Beer. At one point on the tour, we were even turned into beer as we did a simulator that took us through the entire process of making and bottling beer from start to finish. Very interesting! We also had beer tasting where we learned that the reason that you should keep a head of foam on your beer is to keep the carbon dioxide in the beer so the flavor lasts longer. Hmmmmm, who knew?? After a little shopping and dinner at the Hard Rock, it ...
... survivor was Otto, Ann's father who died in 1980.
We then continued walking around the canals and little cobbled streets, with bikes speeding in every direction. We came to Dam square which was formed in the 13th century when the river was dammed. We saw The Royal Palace and the Nieuwe Kerk dating from 1408 which are on the square. The Nieuwe ...