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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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... and being back at the beach reminded me of home. The street was colourful with national flags of all different countries but no kiwi one :( and the beach clubs were nice although a little pricey for drinks. On the first night I actually got to play touch with a rugby team who was training next to the beach club! But the lungs were a bit heavy after 5 or soo beers but that was fun to play touch again :) Overall the hostel was awesome ...
... exceeded my budget and my baggage allowance. I brought a Dutch waffle covered in Nutella for my lunch - I just had to try one before I left Amsterdam. Can't go wrong with Nutella - the waffle was delicious - however crepes in Paris still win! Before I knew it, it was time to head to the airport. I walked back to my hostel from Dam Square to pick up my luggage. I caught Bus 197 to the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which cost €5. I checked in for my flight ...
... I can now say say I've seen all of Hollands sights, windmills, clogs, flowers, hookers and drugs. When I got back to the city centre, my bus dropped me off right next to the Rijk Museum. It was on the list for today anyway so I figured now was as good as time as any to go in. I should have waited. The museum was good but I really only saw half of it before I got really hangry. (For those that dont know, thats angry because you're hungry) ...
We'd heard the evening before that our flightwould be delayed by 3 hours, so we didn't have to go so early to the airport. That was the good news, the bad news was that both KLM flights to LA would now leave at the same time giving us stand by passengers only one chance to get on. It was incredibly busy and quite confusing at Schipol even for us and it took over 1.5 hrs just to check in, but we got through eventually and, after a fairly long ...
... and pack all of our clothes into bags to save space and thus money which is ever important. Unfortunately, the driers aren't quite like the industrial ones the soccer guys used at Rose to do the same thing. So, we had a lot of very clean and very wet laundry. Fortunately, an Eagle Scout would not be caught unprepared, and a rope was strung up to leave the clothes to dry. As soon as they went up, the humidity in the room rose ...