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... t have the sunflowers because they were touring in London but everything else was great. They had it set up chronologically so it was interesting to see how his art developed and changed through time and with different influences. We went to see a film in the evening, the wolf of Wall Street. The movie theatre was really big and pretty similar to Australian chain theatres, and the film was entertaining. It was super cold but fun to ride around all ...
... plenty of "coffee shops" if you are so inclined but there is much more to Amsterdam. Being with our own Dutch tour guides we were able to see the popular tourist attractions but also other districts which have beautiful parks, canals, art galleries, cafes (not to be confused with coffee shops) and restaurants.
The first evening the boys went to watch Ajax play at the Arena whilst Anita and I went to the movies. After a few beers and goals (Ajax won 4-1) the ...
... dinner. (Annie even got TWO whole ice cubes in her coke- previously it was one, before that none). Got a few groceries and stopped at the local farmers market for some goodies. Relaxed with books, naps, and movies by the open French doors overlooking the canal for a couple hours. After some laundry & some dinner Annie enjoyed some cozy alone time while Becca and Ari ventured into the red light district to see what all the fuss is about. We met up with our guy ...
... all other forms of transport - cars certainly give way to them whether they are single or in herds, (as they often are) and it seems pedestrian crossings mean nothing to anyone unless you are brave enough to stride boldly out and dare the cyclists to run you over. The only thing that cyclists occasionally give way to is other cyclists, and that only at the corner when two emerge simultaneously from different directions and one has to jink around the ...
... tasking, like cycling while texting, cycling with one child on the back while bottling feeding another in front. My respect for these Amsterdam mothers is high. The extensive bike racks in front of the train station were also a source of fascination for us. I could almost see the gears turning in his head as he understood the implications of not owning a car and transporting one’s children everywhere using a bike. He was ...
TripAdvisor Reviews PC Hooft Hotel Amsterdam
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