Nova Apartments Amsterdam
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... I learned from this experience, not really knowing much about Amsterdam beforehand: 1: there are bikers all over the place. More than at Stanford. 2: It does actually smell like pot. Everywhere. 3: If a place is labeled as a "coffeeshop," it's only a coffeeshop during the day. At night, it's a bar, club, or store selling questionable items.
Because I'm not familiar with the city yet, it's hard for me to describe what we ...
... man from QLD who was taking several cycling trips around Europe. We are given a run down starting with "can you ride a bike", everyone says yes. Ok, thats the public liability talk over. "Can you stay on the right hand side of the path/ road?" Everyone says yes. Ok that's the safety talk over.
On our bikes (without helmets) my bike's name is Marge and Wayne is with Flying Finn, we follow Karl our guide onto the street just like little ducks. Karl was good ...
... and garden that we planned to visit all day Saturday. Once our train got us to the station closest to the hotel, we took a bus that took us the remainder of the way to the hotel. From Amsterdam to our hotel (which was in a town called Noordwijk), it took about 1.5 hours by public transit. Not too bad!
I'll save the rest for part two of this blog post, which will be about our hotel and our time seeing the tulips!
... We were super proud of all the kids that ran and certainly also of Mats and Ole who both decided to run the full 3 kilometers. It was one of the nicest days ever for us: fantastic wheather, great atmosphere (we had saxophone and piano as well as catering and a bouncy castle for the kids) and surrounded by family and friends wanting to run together with us. We are very grateful for the people that joined and who contributed and donated to the project! For 2014 in total we ...
... thing, so I didn't find it very pleasant. Forewarned is forarmed, so just be aware.
We passed the Oude Kerk-Amsterdam's oldest church, which dates back to the 14th century. Dam Square was like Times Square without the neon. The Jewish Memorial stands at one end, the Royal Palace at the other. It was originally built as the city hall for the burgomasters in the 17th century. The Nieuwe Kerk is next door. Members of the Dutch Royal Family ...