Hotel Oud London
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... After I got ready I went downstairs to ask my neighbor, Nikki, if she would take a picture of me for the blog before I left. She not only agreed to take a pic, but she also offered to take me to the airport. Bonus! By 8 o'clock I was in her cute Fiat getting tips on how to drive in England. Check in was no big deal, as per the usual at Virgin. Unfortunately, they confirmed that they were not able to check my bag through to Amsterdam. Whatever, I was ...
... The threat of bushfires is not something to worry about here. The water here is great. Amy is happy to drink from the tap which is a great endorsement for the water given she refuses to drink from the tap at home. The architecture and presentation of peoples homes is immaculate. The gardens are never big, but well presented and most houses have a large window, where the curtains are generally open enabling people to see in and out. Perhaps ...
... in fresh food. I love the smell and appearance of the fruit and veg stalls. They had berry tomatoes (no, that's not a typo) which were about the size of very small grapes. I caught the tram back in the direction of my neighbourhood as it was a day of dodging between some rain showers. I wanted to go back to the Albert Cuyp market which I'd visited when I first arrived. It was ...
Today we continued our journey to Amsterdam and overnight passed Arnhem so missed out in seeing the bridge. We awoke in The Netherlands on the canal leading to Amsterdam. The weather was foggy and could not see too far and when the fog lifted the area was flat.
We arrived in Amsterdam just before lunch - ...
... metres away, my day just didn’t get off to a good start.
Arriving in Ziest slightly later than planned, we stopped for lunch, before starting our quest to find the petrol station that we had visited last time to fill our gas bottles. Now travelling to Ziest might seem quite extreme for gas, but most countries operate on a bottle swap system and ours being from the Netherlands, and for some ...