Travel Blogs from Amersfoort
... with rooms in it, and people's names on the door. Problem is that our names were not on any doors. Til had booked this last October, and had been in contact with them recently, so was sure we were booked. We managed to find one small room with 2 bunks in it. There was also a larger room that looked unoccupied but had a lot of stuff in the fridge and on the bench, but it had mattresses on the floor. To cut a long story short, after Til ...
Thursday, August 28, 2014 Walking tour of Amsterdam
We were up bright and early this morning to have breakfast at the hotel with Chews and take the offered walking tour of Amsterdam. It was a London like day with haze and intermittent rain. We joined other Viking travelers in the lobby and set off in three groups.
We began our walk over the canal toward the Central Station which was fairly near our hotel, the Movenpick. ...
Everyone woke up hung over as **** from the night before. Starting to get annoyed with something's but just trying to go with the flow. Molly sprayed some perfume on her, Nina "did you just spray your vagina". So hung over. After an hour at the airport Kelsie finally gets her luggage. We get some food at the airport. I got cuscus and an apple. We hoped on the train to Antwerp at 11:44 to 12:18 to central. Than we have a train to Rod-something than finally Amsterdam. So ...
... drinks all day and night. It definitely has a Mardi Gras feel to it. So anyways, 3 hours later we made it to Amsterdam. It was a bit strange at first because there weren’t that many people out like I had expected. We headed straight for the Anne Frank house to do a tour. Since there was no public transportation running and no cars, we could walk in the streets and only had to watch out for bicyclists. So after a fast walk we got in the Anne Frank line which was ...
... the world through the cafe's wifi. After that we walked out of that area and found a pizza place for me. We took our first public transportation (bus) back from the city center to our apartment.
One of the most amusing things about Amsterdam was the appearance of the Dutch people. Their features were so distinct… they were tall, long pointed/hook nosed, square chinned. This was the first time I've seen such appearances in real ...
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