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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of the platforms - at least I now knew this was definitely the right train!!! Luckily for me I got to Centraal to find my tram waiting for me and the rest of the journey to my accommodation proved pretty straight forward (especially thanks to the kindness of a random stranger who very helpfully looked up the location of the street I wanted on his phone to save me walking around aimlessly). So the journey from the airport that should have taken me probably ...
Had the farewell dinner, everyone will be too busy tomorrow night on the red light district cruise, went up to the sky deck & into the captains nest, 2 hours until we in the Netherlands & the water sports now so low in Reginsburg that the Danube river is shut at that point, so guests now pack up go by bus a short way & back on a new boat, dreadful but reality for river cruising.
... from Amsterdam to Vancouver was easy and we were delighted to see both of our luggage roll off the conveyor belt.
We were feeling pretty awake and aware so we headed off to the Canada line for a quick trip,downtown. Still feeling good we made the Seabus and our next bus and were home in about an hour. We arrived home to a clean and well stocked house with mail all sorted and living plants! Thank you Alicia, Graeme and ...
... These tiny streets, which crisscross several canals, are packed with quaint specialty shops.
After lunch, they wandered to the southern side of the inner city, reaching the Spui (rhymes with "COW"), a peaceful square in the center of Amsterdam. The Spui is a popular destination for book-lovers, with a weekly book market and a variety of bookstores on or near the square. The square also leads to the Begijnhof, the ...
... tall Dutch girl, and one wigging out Aussie (meaning me). A few of us decided to try the magic truffles that Amsterdam is so famous for. Well they certainly were magical. Peoples faces were melting and the fireworks were insane. The canals have never looked so beautiful. We spent the night wandering around being the crazy group of tourists enjoying ourselves thoroughly. The vibe in the city was fantastic. When midnight hit, we were the only ones going batshit ...