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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... booking! Quoted booking number and she gave us directions. They rang around and found a house attached to a B and B nearby, which we could have for the same price. She even drove us there. The house is great, quaint, spacious with all mod cons, including laundry with dryer. In fact stove and microwave so modern, we cannot work out how to use them! It seems among other things they are child proof and sadly for some of us that means adult proof as ...
... in the nearby restaurant before boarding the ship.
The weather was now boiling and so I decided to sit outside and catch the sun before heading home to wet and rainy Scotland. Just sitting here it seemed rather sad to be going home when i still have almost 2 more weeks leave before returning to work. However there is one thing I cannot wait to see and that is my little Tom cat who is now 19. The welcome he gives me every time I return from these trips is just fantastic.
We were staying at the Golden Tulip Inn. Under renovation, it was a bit messy. We got a big suite with kitchen, lounge, bedroom, bathroom with a bath, and separate toilet. The building was old but the room was updated and furnished with IKEA. Generally the hotel was quite neglected. But the reception, bar, restaurant were quite modern. Eventually they will have it all up to the same standard we would expect. We had breakfast on the first morning there. It was the worst ...
... by the police here. Many people think it's legal but it's actually not because Amsterdam has to abide by a treaty that was signed by the UN which states that it may not be classified as legal, a little legal fact for you. Our tour guide put it nicely, he said in Amsterdam there are three rules: 1. As long as it's good for business, 2. As long as it hurts no one and 3. As long as it doesn't effect anyone else, everything is tolerated. Amsterdam is, after all, known as the first hippy ...
The day started early (for me on holiday) bright and shiny first into the breakfast room as I wanted to be early for the Anne Frank museum which opens at nine. It was a very pleasant walk, about five "blocks" along the Keizersgracht, at the same time as parents were taking their kids to school, the little ones on the front or back of the adult's bike on one of the many contraptions for transporting kids, and the slightly older ones pedalling alongside on a ...