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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... are also everywhere in evidence. They're parked against the railings that line every canal, usually locked, and they're parked in numerous large bike "parking lots" - the largest we've ever seen - thousands of bikes in a confused jumble. We have no idea how you'd ever retrieve a specific bike from such a pile. And the bikes themselves - they're not the racing/fitness bike we're used to seeing on the streets at home. These are "work bikes" - city bikes meant to be ridden in ...
... terrible! Don't judge us.
After we saw the letters, we were ready for some lunch. We chose a little cafe which advertised free wi-fi (which is always a plus for us since our phones don't completely work like they do in the U.S.). When our waitress walked up, she initially spoke to us in Dutch. After she observed us hesitate to speak she immediately said, "Or maybe you would prefer if I spoke in English?" Her English was perfect! It was so nice to not have ...
... very Dutch meal of savoury pancakes before a very sound sleep in a very comfortable bed.
Knowing our issues with the Anne Frank house the night before and with the advice from our booking agent that lines have recently been 3 hours long we were up early and on our way by 8:15 for a 9am open, well it seems we weren't the only ones as by the time we got their it was already an hour long, amazing how long people will wait to visit someone who ...
... city! A few of us went back to the Amsterdam sign to climb to take some photos and then we headed to the Heineken Brewery. We sampled some beer and enjoyed lunch on the rooftop with nothing but the blue sky. What a great way to spend our last day!
Our final dinner consisted of Chinese. I thought that was so funny being abroad, dining in Europe, and eating ...
... couldn't tell where the sand dune ends and where the painting starts. Amazing! Another exhibition in the museum is by artist Patric Huges. His painting is all about movements because he himself was quite nearsighted and had physical disabilities. Google him if you are interested to know more about him.
We took lunch at the back garden of the Netherlands King's office. The King wasn't there but we walked right in the beautiful garden without any guards ...