Postillion Hotel Amersfoort Veluwemeer
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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We awoke Friday morning to blue skies and a forecast of 27 degrees. We wandered through the old town with its "dancing houses", canals and 800,000 bicycles. Bikes rule here so you need to keep alert! The weather had all the locals out in all manner of vessels cruising the canals with shirts off. After lunch we visited the Resistance Museum that told the story of Amsterdam people during the war. ...
... to find where they parked. Often we were told after 20 minutes some just take which bike they can. Very high bike pilferage rate. Also we now see there are white squares painted on the side walks that designate legal parking spots. If the bike is not completely in that square you are subject to being towed. Most bikes it appears to me are illegally parked. We visited the Van Gogh museum, went cheese and wine tasting, have ridden ...
... in tow, I simply walked out of the airport, no checks or declarations to anyone.
I was greeted outside by another local YCI volunteer, aptly named Bright. He drove me through the dark streets of Dar Es Salaam to a Christian hostel on the outskirts of the city. I was grateful to finally have a place to rest my weary eyes. Will be needing them at full capacity to take in all the new sights in the coming ...
... found the best places to visit and although we didn't achieve or visit the main tourist attractions, aimlessly wandering through the city absorbing the different culture suited me just fine. We will be returning back in a few weeks to do all this, however I would love to see and experience this city in the summer. Next stop as an equally subdued city in Brugge, Belgium. The city had a very isolated feel, cut off from modern society with its old ...
... a 'purse cutter' prided himself on how many women he could deprive of their tie bags! When dresses became more fitting bags had to be carried. The last day has been spent wandering the city and revisiting the Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum to have a last look at our favourite works. We've had a wonderful nearly 9 weeks, had many new experiences, seen incredible art works and now it's off to pack for the last time to catch our flight home tomorrow. See you all back in ...