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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the groove of the rail while riding. I fell off my bike completely and went down in front of hundreds of people. Surprisingly enough I didn't hear one person laughing, but two different people asked if I was okay. Hoping I didn't break any bones in my hand. This would be a difficult problem to try to ignore for the next month before I can get to a VA clinic again.
Biked over to a north face store, finally swallowed my pride and shelled out 120 euros for a ...
... an unfamiliar part of the city in order to get Elizabeth's ID back (in exchange for 50 euros), get my front light fixed and my seat adjusted so that my feet could touch the ground (just in case). It took me a little while to get prepared for my mission but was finally ready to go around 2:30pm and was feeling brave, adventurous and confident...
The cold air hit me like a truck when I walked out the front door and my fingers were numb by the time I got to the ...
... bingo in a bar where the bartenders were dressed as Santa's helpers, the blackfaced Zwarte Piet. It's traditional for them to throw candy at you. I'd have preferred it to be thrown in the direction of my mouth but, oh well.... Maybe they knew for Christmas I all I wanted was fewer calories. Anyway, lovely people, great food and good cheer as well as amazing architecture and a diverse culture. Tot ziens ...
... a small drain on the floor. We stopped outside the peep show for a while, which is a little booth that you enter in groups of 1 or 2 with a curtain that draws when you pay €2 to reveal either a woman stripping or a pair having sex. We knew it was all part of the Amsterdam experience but as we were an odd number group, nobody was willing to either go in twice or go in once alone, so we gave up arguing and walked back to the hostel for a good nights ...
... the Ann Frank home, the famous Amstel Hotel where the rock stars stay, floating barges that are homes to 3, 000 people, and the waterways that lead to the North Sea. In addition, we were given brief history tours of the canal bridges and the architecture of the buildings. We had a great experience on the Blue Boat Tour.
We also walked around the museum area. We didn't go in but did see the largest museum that houses Rembrandt's and Van Gough's. I was surprised to ...