NH Museum Quarter
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Jean rated this 10/10 for a 4 star hotel..some compliment for her..
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Well, I was dreading the prospect of a 12-hour bus ride, which turned out to be almost 13 hours, but it actually wasn't too bad. Since it was direct to Amsterdam, we didn't have to make any transfers and there was free wifi. We arrived in Amsterdam about 11:00 pm last night and took a taxi to our hotel which is beside the Rijksmuseum. Our hotel, Hotel Museumzicht, is a 19th century art nouveau mansion. The flights of stairs are ridiculously long, narrow and steep and our room ...
... and cool little dutch shops along the way. We stopped for breakfast and had some croque miss (grilled ham and cheese with an egg on top) and a coffee. We continued biking and stopped at a few shops and a bar on our way to the royal palace and city center. Beautiful architecture and busy streets filled with tourists shops and coffeeshops were all around. We ran into a tulip flea market where we stopped to look around, shop, and have lunch on the canal. We split a club sandwhich ...
I have a problem. I constantly find humor in most situations. This is my cross to bear. So if I begin to chuckle or smile when there isn't any apparent reason why, that's my reason. When the Dutch speak it reminds me of the Swedish Chef from the muppets. Watching their TV commercials, listening to their conversations, I really had a tough time. Funny. We woke up early after being strongly advised to be ...
... one-liners. "Yes, we have bikes special for people who stop growing early in life" and [pulling out a bike with saddles] "Who wants to be a mule?" Tooo funny. I wonder if these bikes are stolen... I'm just going to believe that they were abandoned and re-purposed.
Biking around was confusing. I still am not too certain on the whole left turn thing... Or the running of red lights thing. But at least my bike fits and is ...
... hand. Furthermore, I can’t wait to get started on my tan.
David – This all feels a little surreal still but as we approach our destination the excitement and wonder is setting in. I can’t wait to understand microfinance and poverty alleviation in more depth and first hand. I am also excited to learn more about what God is going to do in my heart and what his will is for my future!
Albert – ...