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... none of us that it was now to be half in the city and half in the countryside. So needless to say I was already pretty frustrated that I was paying $80 to ride a bike around a city when I could have just rented one for $11. Anyways the city ride part sucked, I'm not about to sugarcoat that. Our guide repeatedly stopped in the worst possible places and getting through stop lights in one group wasn't possible so we were always waiting for ...
... have the desire to see perspective as in how I changed as a person and how I will fit in the rush of the Western society.
With all my heart I want to thank the inspiring and adventurous people who I got to know during this trip. The world is small after all and I am looking forward to the day our paths will cross. Also a big heads up for the readers of my blog and everybody else who followed me during my travels.
... when the airline in-flight snack is going to be a piece of cardboard or a mystery paste of which you want no part. So I sought out a Wi-Fi hotspot and was delighted to find that KPM was offering a free hour of connection time. There was also a work table and charging station available. I jumped at the opportunity to utilize free Wi-Fi. The minute my hour was up, I was moving. I casually looked at the clock and saw that I only had about 20 minutes until boarding would start. I ...
... trying to get photo's I hope some of them turned out ok!
From here we caught the train back into the main square where all the Christmas markets were being held. One of the cousin's and I got split up from the rest as we went to get some money and them not realising we weren't with them. We ended up walking up and down the street no doubt passing each other a couple of times before finally running back into each other! As they had a early afternoon train to catch we ...
... Disco" party, where we all dressed in red and white and crammed FIVE tour groups into a tiny basement bar. We enjoyed our time in Switzerland, but it was time to hit the open road once again for the Rhine Valley.
St. Goar is yet another tiny town, situated in the Rhine Valley (famous for producing some of the best wine in Germany). Our first stop in this area was a group of shops owned by a guy named Mike: one that sold beer steins, one that sold cuckoo clocks ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Iris Amsterdam
It's a 3 star hotel, stayed in a 4 person bedroom with shared bathroom but stayed amazingly... recommend if you are a person who doesn't value luxuries!!
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