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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... barge and headed.
Just up the road from where my machine fell over the satnav was telling me to turn right and so I did. Next I'm into a whole new complex of roads and the satnav is totally confused and simply showing me as being in a field.
I pulled over to try and get my bearings. Many of the old roads here had simply been closed and all this new set of roads opened so it was total nightmare for me. Over the far side was a m/way and so I simply headed for that. At ...
We are home safe and sound, back on Canadian soil! We had a very smooth travel day, and we are looking forward to putting our backpacks away for awhile :) cleaning the travel grit off us, and the welcome of a very ruffled, unimpressed cat. A few parting thoughts at the closure of our second Europe trip: 1. We are VERY lucky! 2. We are sore. Mainly knees, heels, feet, and backs... Likely because we are too old to be backpacking across Europe. 3. We loved the fact that Amsterdam ...
So we got here yesterday! Midday, so we got some food and went and met up with Iara and Matt, they worked at the first hostel we stayed at in Lisbon, Iara is a Canadian version of me but even crazier! Love the girl!! First stop! Red light district!... I have to say I wasn't keen to go but they said its something everyone has to see once! So we went along, it was unbelievable! All these windows with red lights above them, and girls in bikini's. what shocked me ...
... egotistical, Bulgarian motivational speaker. His key to success was to control your BMS (body, soul, mind) with VDA (vision, decision, action). Thomas later told me he was actually a Dutch man impersonating a Bulgarian with an American accent! The next day, I went on a run through Vondelpark which is known as the "lungs of Amsterdam" and reminds me of a smaller Golden Gate Park. The sun was peaking through the clouds. About 200 feet from the hotel, I was caught by a rain downpour ...
... jokes'. From here we whacked out the map and decided to find the gallery. On our way we passed a cheese museum with free samples of different cheese including PESTO CHEESE! I had to try some. We both thought this was weird but one of the best things ever - if you like pesto. Soon after this we stumbled upon a little market place with loads of old things being sold. Including old postcards. Some of these had writing on the back. I picked out a few which I liked - ...