Ibis Styles Amsterdam City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our booking had been cancelled so ended up in a room smaller than last time, flimsy bathroom door, pillows uncomfortable, more expensive, not as pleasant.
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... looks really nice – except you would have to pay to go inside – so this is a no-go. But we enjoyed the nice view in the sunshine during having coffee.
We went through this tiny narrow alley: they say it’s only 1 m wide and that here are the most beautiful women – ok we were here during day time but we did saw ...
... far, the water was really flat with very little movement of the boat. We enjoyed a pizza dinner at the Italian restaurant (one of 5 restaurants/bars on board), stopped by the "casino" (which was just a small handful of slot machines in a row and a locked area with 1 blackjack and 1 roulette table), listened to the lounge singer while we played some cards, and headed to bed early. We're getting excited - UK and beginning of Hadrian's wall starting tomorrow ...
The fluffy highland cattle caused trouble. The Security lady thought I was carrying a Little dog under my arm, but in fact it was the cattle. Apparently People become very rude if they think you bring animals on Board. " Miss is it alife ? " Me: " Excuse me Madam But this is a cattle! " Her: " What ?" Me : " It is a Teddy But Look it is a highland cattle! "
Amsterdam why no Check in before 4 ? Let us see where the cattle and me will find a Place for a good ...
... br> know that they have interests to represent. I may have written before about the
idea of public space as political bandwidth, but I think that may be a
reasonable avenue to reclaiming public space.I
loved the throughput comparisons of bikes vs cars at intersections, and data
about alternating one-way streets, but the human appeal was somewhat lacking in
these figures. I recently attended ...
... instantly got me into a better mood than I was in before.
Yeah, so the Tulip Gardens.
If you have ever seen the Wizard of Oz, the gardens here are like that, but with more flowers, crossed with fairyland.
It is quite magical.
The type of place that, if a little pixie or fairy jumped out of a flower and came and sat on my shoulder, it wouldn't surprise me all that much.
In fact, i was quite sad when that ...