Holland Hotel De Hoogt
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... into the central station and then another train to Schipol, what a wonderful airport as I had remembered from my last visit, with the trains pulling into a platform directly below the terminal and the checkin area. The Easyjet checkin at Amsterdam was far more efficient than the Prague experience, we were checked in immediately and had a comfortable amount of time to go through immigration and screening, then do some ...
... the ten minutes it takes me my seat is stolen by Maleesa. I wander around trying to find a spare but there's none. I sit next to Amy, my best Korean friend, Victoria gets angry at me (for a change) "Don't bother poor Amy, just come sit here!" she huffs. Yes ma'am, right away ma'am, forgiveness please! I offer to lie down in the aisle when we start moving, she tells me to shoosh.
Again her mood changes, I'm not sure what to say now that I constantly feel like I'm on ...
... other way to the Van Gogh museum, where we got to see three storeys of his paintings. At midday we met up with Jandra, my friend my teachers college, who lives in Canada. Jandra and her friend Natalie took us on a walking tour of Amsterdam that is until we found a pancake house. We then went in search of a cheese shop, Steve bought a t shirt from the shop across from the cheese shop and then we ate apple pie. From there we went through the Amsterdam museum, and then back ...
... for their customers.
Unluckily I didn't get very far as the dismal weather became pouring rain. Since the tourist attraction I was heading to was the "Sunshine canal boat cruises", I headed back to the hostel. Clearly I forgot to look left before crossing the road as I nearly got wiped out by a blonde chick on a bicycle.
Rather than walk in the rain, I stopped at a nearby cafe for a warming breakfast (even though it was 4pm). After finishing, a cat that ...
... adventure began with drama. At the airport just before we were about to say goodbye to family and head through customs Aaron's name was called over the loudspeaker grreeeaaattt I was hoping it would be something small and nothing to worry about! Haha wishful thinking, turns out Aaron had grabbed his old expired passport! Sooooo we didn't catch out flight and frantically searched ...