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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Breakfast Available
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... on the top floor to tourists using vrbo.com. The ground floor is rented office. We have the "red studio", so called because the exposed attic A-frame structure is painted dark red and is a feature of the space. We briefly met Karin and Edwin, and they seem like nice people. Their son is an architect.
After resting a bit, we went for a walk and ended up at a restaurant called Puri Mas, a Dutch Indonesian restaurant in the Leidesplein area which is ...
... to such a good friend, after spending a solid 25 days with each other bunking together each night it is going to be so so weird to not see each other for a long time! We waved the coach goodbye, chased it down the street and then we were like what do we do now... It was tash, em and I left plus some other people. The three of us went to the post office and I shipped off 6kg home (the UK hehe). It only cost €25 where as everyone else ...
The Anne Frank Museum is the canal house where Anne Frank, her father, Otto, her mother, Edith and her sister, Margot, hid for nearly two years from the Nazis as they were German Jews. Otto Frank had the top two floors converted into a secret annex. Four other people shared this annex with them. It was larger than we expected and probably rather nice, other than the fact that once there you could never leave, never feel the sun or rain on your ...
Nine years ago, my dad traveled to Amsterdam by himself. His trip happened to coincide with the World Cup. He was walking down the street one day and saw a group of people watching TV. In the alley. They had moved all their living room furniture outside -- chairs, couch, TV, everything -- blocked off the street, filled up a kiddie pool with ice and bottles of beer and were watching the game. My dad, being my dad, sat down with ...
... sat there with his arms crossed. OKaaaay! We got on the shorter train to Brussels because we knew there would be other trains. It all didn't make any sense. Why would a train be fully booked on a Tuesday? Or did he simply not want to serve us? We got to Brussels, actually having taken a slightly earlier train that initially intended, and went to the office there. Guess what: the worker there would have been perfectly happy to book a seat for us on the ...