Ibis Amsterdam City West
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... It drizzled, but didnt pour until the late afternoon and we had gumboots so nothing could stop us. We spent the next hour paddling around the canals, exploring another side of this awesome city. Paddling on the canal bikes was a little difficult at first, until we realised that there was no point trying to go fast, it's easier if you go with the flow - of the canal. So under bridges, around corners, through plants and almost crashing into house boats we went. Sometimes ...
... do which was really helpful and what was even better was that he had two bikes for us to use during our stay! EVERYONE bikes here, its really good.There is car lanes then bike lanes, pretty hectic for a start!
Tonight we decided to have a night in, walked down to the shop to buy some meat and veges to cook for dinner and a bottle of wine of course. Was really nice to eat lots of fresh veges.
Had a chilled out night in hope of getting up earlyish tomorrow :) ...
... this delicious meal, we saw some street art then took a canal tour around town.
The tour was fun, but we all hit a wall from the previous late night and early morning. We decided to look for koffie and did a little shopping. I tried on some pants that made me look like Aladdin, because the other three thought it would be funny. It was, but the sales lady took me seriously and it quite embarrassing. I said thanks, but no thanks, and we continued on.
Today my main destination in Amsterdam was the Van Gogh museum, the real reason I wanted to come back here. My last trip I hadn't discover that I liked art until my last few days in Paris, and so I didn't bother going. And not only did I discover that I liked art, but Van Gogh is actually my favorite painter. So I highly regretted not going to the Van Gogh museum, because it's the largest collection of his paintings anywhere.
It was a long journey finding the ...