Holland Hotel De Hoogt
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... views." Shipping containers are cleverly recycled for cheap student accommodation, being stacked and refurbished, to provide students decent homes for a maximum of two years, encouraging a timely completion of their course.
Traversing a city such as Amsterdam, it is marvelous to see the successful intertwining of the old with the new. The olden day cantilevered bridges still used to allow vessels to ...
... pretty national flower. We only managed to walk around half of the gardens but it was lovely to wander through a beautiful multitude of colourful flowers (mainly tulips), with birds singing through tall leafy green trees and the sound of trickling water in the background. They were definitely the most vibrant gardens we'd ever been in. As most of you know, I usually avoid flowers like the plague, but the colours were so stunning I didn't mind a few ...
... a very weird look who I think must of thought we had consumed too much of the local delacousy. I assure you we didn't we were just in a silly mood and find similar things entertaining!
From here we walked behind the building to the 'I Amsterdam' sign, continuing our stupid mood on the walk we decided to walk how Scott (our manager walks) on his toes, we obviously take it a little further and bouncier he does. This lead to us getting very weird looks from people ...
... DJ, make a bottle with your name on it and pour your own Heineken pint. You also got 2 heinekens included and a free gift. Pretty good value! It was hard to resist buying everything in the shop coz it was really cool stuff. After the tour we were going on a canal cruise with a group from our tour. It was about an hour and we drove around the main canals as well as the Amster river. There was commentary to tell us what we were looking at. It was ...
... a feeling they were Aussies. Came back after chaining up the bike around the corner and joined Blake (aka 'Chipper') and Gary (the sprawler - but aka 'Hammer'). Both from Adelaide.
Several Heinekens later (had to get into the swing of things) Stephanie and Andrell FINALLY rocked up at 1530hrs! The carrier had lost his luggage!
One more beer before the tour, we all went and did our honourable duty.
Monday night jammed thumb in the door and then tried to pack!