- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... outside "Eyeworks" for the host of our airbnb to meet us. He was scheduled to meet us at 5:45 and the 6:30 if he didn't see us at 5:45...we saw him at 6:30. We walked with him to the apartment and settled in. Our friend's girlfriend who is studying in London was meeting us there so we waited for her, and then our friend arrived about an hour later. Three of our other guy friends were also coming, but stayed in a hostel a few minutes away. We grabbed dinner at a bar restaurant, ...
... the ocean bar for a few pints in the last couple of hours of the voyage. When the boat docked, and they were a little ******, they went and collected their bags from the cabin and moved through border control. Score, another stamp! The final part of today's epic journey involved getting the train from the port and back into Amsterdam, which left about 45 minutes after their boat docked. Right opposite the station was a fish store, and Bruce yet again displayed his penguin ...
Amsterdam is certainly one of the most "unique" cities I have ever visited. Often best known outside of Europe for its extremely liberal and opened-minded policies, "coffee houses" that serve up marijuana, and dynamic red light district, Amsterdam also offers visitors beautiful and diverse architecture, an abundance of family-friendly parks, world-class museums, and wide range of international restaurants. Amsterdam originated as a small fishing village in the late ...
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If you are looking for lots of post impressionist fireworks...if you are looking for Starry Night, then this is not the place for you. There are only a few recognizable paintings in this collection. What this collection does is explore the breadth and variety of Van Gogh's work. Van Gogh experimented with just about everything; style, technique, color palettes, medium, surface, subject, etc. You could really see Van Gogh's painting ...
... closed so we didn't get to see any of the insides. We did see some of the house boats. It is kind of a cool way to live. They are actually hooked up to the city water, electric and sewers. Some of these houseboats are converted cargo ships, or commercial vessels. Some are just floating pre-fab homes. It was getting late and started to sprinkle on us so back to the hotel for the evening.
We headed to the Jordaan region of Amsterdam. This is more of ...