Rembrandt Square Hotel
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... and through the Van Gough museum which was very, very, crowded. Gather it was some national holiday and locals were out in droves. We passed on the Riksmusee -- long lines and we were fagged out. We walked from our wonderful lodgings -- on a canal a few blocks from the Ann Frank House (where there were always huge lines) -- to the Balls' hotel, then over to the smallest pub in town for a brew before are meandering thru the den of iniquity to dinner. We definitely want ...
... br> -There are more bikes than people here.
-Amsterdam has 319 miles of bike paths.
-Most of the serious traffic accidents involve cyclists.
-About 57% of Amsterdammers use their bikes daily.
Enjoy, I hope you have a bottle of aspirin.
... but to be fair his accent did that easily enough. Soon we were seeing off for Dover for our ferry crossing to Calais. The English countryside is quite remarkable. Our home region in Australia is accurately called New England because it is truly write similar to its namesake. We soon saw Dover Castle and the white cliffs. They are extremely impressive and can be seen quite easily from the French coast. The ferry was fantastic with a range of amenities ...
I am Amsterdam. Came to this beautiful city after two years but alas only for transit for few hours. Nonetheless I had a good tine. Instead of doing sightseeing, which I had already did in my last visit, I decided to keep it quiet this time. I was greeted with warn sunny European summer.
I went to meet my long ...
... especially popular here, since it was a former Dutch colony. - Beurs Berlage (Stock Exchange) - named from medieval days when exchanging stock meant trading goods. Now a cultural center, and the actual stock exchange is next door. - Dam Square - historic heart of the city, from 1250. The name Amsterdam comes from the damme blocking the Amstel River - Amstel-damme. At the center of the Square is a white obelisk - the National Monument, built in 1956 as ...