Travel Blogs from Amersfoort
... sore about it. The city is absolutely beautiful and even walking from place to place was an enjoyable experience for me. I was very pleased with this stop on our trip and it was definitely a worthwhile venture.
P.S. The four things that I liked from the list I made in the beginning of this post were Heineken, cats, bikes, and canals. I didn’t want my mom to have a heart attack so I opted to remove any uncertainty in regards to that.
... Ok but they were very commercial. I enjoyed the flower market more.
After having a bit of time to wander in town and get a bite of lunch it was out into the country to a dairy farm. Unique in that they were bio friendly and had an aerobic decomposer of waste, theirs and waste from other places as well (we saw orange pulp from a juice factory and onions and chicken shed poo), which converted to gas ...
... because they are all the pretty similar. We would walk in, people would instantly know we spoke English (good guessers), and we would get special treatment! Very friendly people. Jared also earned the nickname The Network. He has met a lot of people and forced Chad and I out of our shells. The Red Light District was disappointing, mainly because you're not allowed to take pictures there. When I told them, "How else am I supposed to show you to my mother to see if she ...
... There were also lots of shops selling things that are very Dutch, such as cheese, wooden shoes, ect. I got a nice wooden shoe keychain! Today, Rachel showed me around Amsterdam. We traveled by bike mostly which was quite nice. I think it's awesome that so many people here get around on a bike, it's much more eco-friendly, and it's just a nice relaxing way to get around for free! We also took the local tram ...
... was so upset and concerned that we were not going to go on the cruise at all. It was heartbreaking to manage the disappointment of a tired little girl that was so excited to arrive and board the ship.
Fortunately, the staff at KLM was super helpful and worked hard to make sure we would get to Monte Carlo before the ship sets sail tomorrow.
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
Stadskern, Amersfoort | 3 star hotelfrom $117
Stadskern, Amersfoort | Hotelfrom $123