Travel Blogs from Amersfoort
... it since it is overabundant. However, they do have to pay taxes to help get rid of all of the water.
Remember how I said there are so many bikes in Amsterdam? According to our tour guide, the city alone has over 600,000 bicycles. And it is not a huge city – certainly not a Paris or London. They are just everywhere, running over people. You really have to pay attention while walking around – chances are there’s a bike coming towards ...
... this all the time but I was so relieved to get back into London and feel at home again, as well as finally get a proper meal! My next few weeks are absurd but I am so ready. I am going to Paris this weekend with Olivia, next week I will be in Dublin with one of my best friends Haley, and the following weekend I will be in Italy to visit Haley again... It's going to be crazy but the travel bug is now deep within me.
Till next time,
... and checked into our hotel. We then unpacked, piled a few extra layers on and went to explore the suburb of Jordan- this time with a map, so we actually knew where we were going. We had been told by word of mouth that the area of Jordan and surrounds were really nice. That they are. It is a bit calmer then the main part of town and there are lots of nice little cafés and bars. Whoops I forgot a very major detail in this trip to Jordan...The discovery at the end of ...
... Tiny lift to third floor, huge key and a bathroom that was almost invisible, but nice all the same. Wondered to the city, we are quite close. Pretty place full of push bikes that ignore road rules which we don't know so doesn't matter. Visit Rembrandt House, beautiful etchings. Lose himself, find him. Keep meandering, really is pretty. Nana nap time and then back out for drinks and dinner. So tired. Van Gogh is calling tomorrow and a canal ...
... Day two we found our way to a both haunting and moving monument, the Haus of Anne Frank. A sad but fascinating museum that pays tribute to the victims of the holocaust playing out the amazing story of Anne Franks' Diary and the seven others who lived in the secret annex during WWII. Quotations from Anne Franks' journal lined the walls of the rooms and passages we were passing through, giving us an idea of what life in the Annex was like, and the thoughts and feelings of ...
Other places to stay in Amersfoort
Bosgebied, Amersfoort | 3 star hotelfrom $72
De Berg Noord, Amersfoort | 3 star hotelfrom $69
Zonnehof, Amersfoort | 4 star hotelfrom $72
De Hoef, Amersfoort | 3 star hotelfrom $60
Coninckstraat 15, Amersfoort | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Stadskern, Amersfoort | Hotelfrom $123