Ibis Amsterdam City West
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Our next stop was one of my favorite. We had a tour of the House of Bols, which was an ...
... improved her tip a little. Amsterdam is full of tit bits and that's not just the red light district. There's heaps of esoteric bits of information that we pick up on the tours so they suit as well. We also went to see Anne Frank's house which was interesting, although not as moving as I had expected it to be. Something has gone a bit crazy here with the typing,it's not coming up on the screen. So I'll go. See you ...
... we hadn't gone down! We returned the bikes, grabbed some dinner from the supermarket and headed to the park to watch the sunset. After this we had to walk through the red light district again to show Ty and sat down at a nice pub on the canal and watched the boats go by. What a lovely end to a great day. Back at the hostel now, and will be leaving for Brussels tomorrow. Tyrone is with us for the next 5 days, so till the end! Can't believe only 5 days ...
... Brussels, Belgium in a few days time and Shay and I decided to stay together. We walked the main shopping area and had a peek in the shops but later decided we wanted to have a real 'coffeeshop' experience so we went to all four Bulldog shops, stopping in the last one called 'the first coffeeshop'. I had the most delicious shot of espresso, with chocolate and whipped cream and a spacecake to go along with it. We then met up with Dad and by around 4.30pm we had some lunch (time really ...