Royal Taste Hotel Amsterdam
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... music/dance festival happening less than a kilometre away. The whole area here is a huge forest, so you can hear the music, but its not too loud. After setting up camp i take a walk to town to get some food. Later in the evening i take a walk to get closer to the action, and the noise level gets very high. Cant see much, but i can hear it. All electronic music by famous dj's.
Might get much sleep tonight.
I wake to the sound of rain on the tent, great. It is ...
... such as Greeley was actually taking valuable time out of his schedule to tell us some of his life lessons!
Our evening was spent in the company of some very cool people, namely: Chicka, Haz, Jessica (from ACTE), and Ana (previous Management Associate, who is also in GPMO, like myself). We went to dinner, walked around the city and even found ourselves on one of those 'luxury' cruises going along the canals.
All in all, I love Amsterdam! I think I could live here. ...
... Museum. It wasn't very interesting but was included with my card so I didn't feel bad about going in and out.
Continuing on my way, I arrived in Dam Square, the large square in the middle of the city. It is not a large or as beautiful as Krakow's Market Square, but impressive in it's own right. The square is the location of the New Church and the Royal Palace. I went in the New Church and there was an extra charge as they had an exhibition. ...
... morning, skies had cleared and we headed off to Edam, Vollendam and Marken using our Rick Steve's guide book. This was a bus trip and trains don't run in this direction but with typical Dutch efficiency it was a breeze along with the cold wind.
Edam is a very attractive tiny town, smaller than the ones we went through on our cycling trip. We spent a very interesting time in the one and only museum which was an early 17th century house with a rare floating basement. Yes, ...
... Belsen concentration camp was liberated. She was 16. The only one of the eight people to survive was Anne's father, Otto Frank. He is the one responsible for publishing Anne's diary. It was Anne Frank's dream to be a published writer. Now, her diary is one of the most read books in the world.
I can honestly say that Amsterdam is the most interesting city I have visited, culturally. It was strange for an American such as myself to see prostitution and marijuana as ...