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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Petit Prince Amsterdam
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... to top up the transportation cards left for us. Went to the local supermarket to do this but the machine only accepted Maestro cards which none of us had so we had to make our way to the central railway station and queue to pay in cash. Now we could catch the tram to the Van Gogh museum where we had tickets enter at 4pm. When we got there we were very pleased we had prepurchased these as the queue to purchase them was huge and still ...
... the chip wasn't working so we had to weave back through the crowds to the phone shop to get them to activate it.
Finally we got to a tram stop but it was rush hour and both the trams and shelters were crazy busy. At that point we gave up on the idea of getting back to Thea's place and walked to Nassaukade directly. We were soaking but not cold. We found Marjolein at home and all was well!
We relaxed together with wine and nibbles, ...
... airport is nothing fancy at all.
The flight is short, 1 hour, and i am greeted by a perfect day on arrival. Its a nice 27c. I take the bus to my accommodation and meet Oscar, my host for the week. We spend some time chatting, then i head out to get some food.
The area is very middle eastern people, not a bad thing as there are plenty of place selling good food.
The day is spent in The Haag, about 40 minutes by train. The weather is overcast and cool. My visit ...
... platter that was very similar to our favorite Danish breakfast. It was delicious!! Hit the spot. After breakfast we walked around some more and met up for the 10am free walking tour of the city. Our tour guide was named Michael and he was super cool. The tour went all around Amsterdam and he talked about the history of the city and threw in a lot of funny facts. It was so great! However it was starting to get extremely hot... Tour spots of interest: Dam square Red ...
... much of this is only from what I was told happened. Before I tell it I would like to point out that I may have been the drunkest of our party but it was for good reason. Europeans don’t drink like Americans do. They drink slowly and with very little intent on reaching a full-fledged drunk status. It was actually something that the Germans and I talked about, how Americans get drunk so often compared to Europeans. On top of this the two Americans that were with ...