Postillion Hotel Amersfoort Veluwemeer
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... had THE MOST AMAZING PANCAKES any of us had ever had. Joke, Amy and I had bacon, goat cheese and honey pancakes. If you know Forrest you know he had a bacon pancake. And if you know Lily you know she had the sweetest, candy-filled, and gorgeous pancake ever. Wait 'til you see the picture of it! It even had a whipped cream happy face. There were goats and guinea hens in the park, and a man was singing ...
... we visited this pub for like five minutes that was the first gay bar in Amsterdam and had a crazy owner who would disappear for days and snip the ties of anyone who came in wearing a tie. The whole ceiling is draped wih ties. After that I went and got my bike and rode home and am now waiting for the girls to come home. Tomorrow I want to get some museums in in the morning then we're going to hamburg! I love you so much ...
... buy a tram card. I went into the transport centre, and there were really long queues - again! But then I spied some ticket machines, and nobody was standing at them. I went over and managed to buy some one hour transport cards and a 24 hour pass, all within about three minutes. I was very impressed with myself! So, I had the extra excitement of catching a tram back to my accommodation. It was a really seamless experience and reminded me of the trams in Melbourne. Now ...
... to find the train station (a bit tricky to work out the platform needed) however purchased a couple of tickets to the city and off we went.
Day 1 - Getting to know the city
We arrived out of the train station and had no idea which way to move! We followed the crowd and made our way to what we later found out was Dam Square. En-route we came across a charming little Christmas Market. As far as I was aware there were not going to be any ...
We had a later start today and didn't get up until 9:30 but sure felt well rested. So off we went to explore the city on the hop on and hop off tour bus. One of our early stops was at Gassan Diamonds. Here they cut and polish some of the finest diamonds in the world. They prefer working with the raw diamonds mined in Yellowknife so that was good to hear. We saw a 2 carat diamond that has a price of $118,000 - a very pure diamond. One of our other stops was at the Anne Frank ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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