Royal Taste Hotel Amsterdam
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... of the city. I ended up at the Olympic Stadium from the 1928 Olympics held in Amsterdam. Then to what they call the flower market, which is kind of a tourists trap. Not a lot of real flowers but you can purchase bulbs and seeds of any kind and souvenirs of course. Time for dinner and a little ride again on the trolley and back to the hotel. That made for a full day as I left at 8:30 am and got back to the hotel at 6:30 ...
... that bulldog coffee houses are all over the place…
The bulldog hotel
They are really nice here and what’s funny – there is a security guard: without showing you’re card there is no entrance into the hotel. Check-in time is 3 pm, so we’re here 2 hrs. early but the room was already clean so we could have a shower and ...
... Richard for some unbeknownst reason cannot roll himself! Anyhow, we entered the plane first settled in and fairly little can be said about the flight other that everyone was very friendly, snacks and food was good and there were no crying babies and running toddlers!
But it is a very long flight! 11 hours give or take and once we landed this morning, we had to wait for everyone to depart before we ...
days back in Amsterdam were a challenge because I have been trying to
experience the ease with which this city can be biked, but I’m finding myself
more elated to be back. A solo ride is definitely in order at this point. I
haven’t had a chance to do that yet, something I did a lot of in Copenhagen.
had an incredibly eye opening ride home on our first night, all of ...
... for a mid morning snack, it was a traditional Dutch herring. The "proper" way to eat it is hold it up by the tail and eat it out of the air, but we couldn't find a street stand that sold it that way. But it's essentially two raw filets about the very size of large sardines - 6" long or so - that have been salted for a couple of days. They're smothered with chopped onions and pickles, and eaten with a Dutch flag-adorned toothpick. Different but delicious....really very ...