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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... is that it's unmanned, so it doesn't give you a chance to explain that the reason you're overweight is because your wife's "say no to shopping" brain section was broken. So much for automation because the kiosk spit out my luggage and told me to go to the manned kiosk. At least there they took into consideration that Connie's luggage was underweight and between both of ours we were pretty much on, so we didn't have to pay extra.
After that bit of fun we had ...
... and find the colourful street, which we have seen online. We weren't sure if this was around all the time or just now and again. But sadly seems it's not something that is done all the time.
We now were getting hungry and decided to stop at the next food place we saw, which happened to be subway. Everyone here in Amsterdam can speak fluent English. At times we found it hard going through Italy, Spain and France but it seems we won't have an trouble here, Dutch is a hard language ...
... we didn't want to participate in any activities in the area however it was defiantly worth seeing it. Some of the girls were nice looking... Others were just scary!! We're all packed now though and ready to get out first train in the morning to Berlin. It's quiet exciting cos it's like an all new adventure is about to start ...
Our riverboat cruise dropped us off just outside the central train station in Amsterdam on July 5th. Since we had already spent time in Amsterdam last year, and had visited the Rijksmuseum and Ann Frank house, after a short walk to our hotel, we made our way to the Van Gogh museum this trip. It is a marvelous collection of his works and a wonderful tribute to his life. Afterwards, we ...
... in the rear view mirror. Quite sad, but he's hot. Italian. Dressed magnific. He is leaving us in Amsterdam. Bummer. The only eye candy. Our hotel in Amsterdam, the Novetel, is on the outskirts of the city. We were told we were not going into the town centre as it was the Kings b'day and the city would be packed with party people. Everyone in Amsterdam celebrates. No trams going in from a certain point or taxis. No museums open. ...