Princess Hotel Loosdrecht
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... that the doors closed and the train started moving!! We just stared at each other completely in shock. A train worker came up to us to check our tickets, directing us to our overnight "suite." I write "suite" because it was a teeny room with bunk beds and a little bathroom! But it suited us just fine considering we slept the majority of the way. I had a bit of a mental breakdown that night, nothing too crazy (HAHA!) but as soon as we got into our cabin & shut ...
... the train, and then we all got to doing some sightseeing with Mum. Dad wanted to take Mum and show her the Red Light District. I actually think (know) that he just wanted to go there himself and was using the 'let's show Mum' as an excuse to go! 'Onya Dad! It all looked pretty familiar to Daniel and I, but that must've been from when we wandered it a few weeks ago, because we never went there last night. We didn't. By late morning we had stopped for a drink ...
... up a storm. I was actually surprised at how good the shopping was. The weather was pretty miserable raining on and off throughout the day. We made the most of it anyway.
For dinner, we decided to eat at the hotel. The food was delicious! After dinner we headed back into town (we are only about 10 min by tram). We checked out the red light district, this time at night which was absolutely packed with tourists. The streets were lined with seedy guys, bucks nights, ...
... as well as plain ones which could be engraved, etc. I wouldn’t have minded getting a pair, but they’re super bulky and they wouldn’t have travelled well. So I got a pair of slippers which were shaped like clogs instead haha.
That night we met up with Emily and Sam (girls from Busabout) for dinner before they went to a comedy show with Rach and Phil. Chris and I decided not to go, we had some time to ourselves instead. Dinner was amazing, ...
... time in the city to find lunch and a recommended scavenger hunt to do if we had time before we were supposed to meet at the Anne Frank house. It took us a while to find a place for lunch, but we found a nice cafe. After that, we completed as much of the scavenger hunt as we could. The places on the scavenger hunt were Dam Square, which is the main city center and also houses the national monument. Close to that was the Condomerie, which was the first specialty condom ...