Nicolaas Witsen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with. I think people from around Europe come here just for that. We never saw any issues with people smoking. Maybe the US could learn something here.
Anyway, we headed back early by 9pm. Heck, the night's barely started at that time. It's Sunday night and a bit more quiet than last night I started on the blog, showered and we watched a little news. I told you, "Geezers in Amsterdam". There should be a TV show.
... as well.
After dinner (which ended around 10:30 p.m.), it was time to head back to the apartment and call it a day. Tomorrow we are headed for Bruges, Belgium, a place Dad has wanted to see for a long time. I know he is excited to get there and see it in person, as are the rest of us. Along the way, we are going to check out a few more windmills and also Flanders Field (World War I battlefields).
... we'd have no luggage issues on the other side. The flight was super short. We landed in Amsterdam to a beautiful, shining sun. When it took a while to get our baggage we started to get nervous. Please, not the baggage curse again! The conveyor belt finally started moving, this time about 20 minutes after we got out to baggage claim. Sharon commented on how we had had no problems today. Everyone happily agreed. We were surprised when there was no stop ...
... tourist buses expected – 1,000
· Liturgical booklets for the canonizations – 150,000
We are scheduled to arrive around 11:00 am at Schiphol and then endure a four-hour wait for our connection into Rome. So far so good other than the fact that the four of us are sitting in 28 DEFG – which unfortunately backs up to the four toilets in Economy. You just get a ...
... are expected to tip the guide what you think their tour was worth. So it ended up costing us fifteen euro. It was a general tour of Amsterdam that covered the history, architecture, culture, 'coffee shops' and the Red Light District. We enjoyed the tour so much that we signed up for the Red Light and Coffee Shop tours also. The city of Amsterdam was not at all what I was expecting. Given it's reputation of Pot and Sex Workers I thought that It was going to be a dangerous ...