Hotel Saint Michel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... veg capressa and brownie with ice cream delighted our hearts. Next stop a literary one-The Anne Frank house. A must recommended on the list of places to see in Amsterdam. We were not the literary kinds so after seeing a queue and understanding that we would have to wait for a 3 hour period, we decided to skip this tourist destination. Left for the hotel, dropped our shopping bags and then headed to the notorious street, famously known as the Red light district in Amsterdam. We ...
... but the guy at reception just doesn't feel like dealing with me. I have made a booking online but it won't let me book for the prior night just the next night. He says” I'm off now so you have to deal with my colleague, go sit over there” as he points to some chairs off in the corner. After hours on a bus the last thing I want to do is sit so I stand and wait. While not technically off yet his colleague turns up at 7:30 am, piddles around for a ...
... of an iron crystal - enlarged 165 billion times) which was built for the World Expo in 1958. It has 5 areas connected by lifts and various exhibits are housed there - we didn't go in, but it was fascinating to see.
We went around the second of the lines twice - just looked the first time. Second time around, we saw Petit Sablon (a lovely little park with many statues - one of Mercator - of map projection fame, we assume) and the ...
The musical instrument museum is known for
their collection of over 8,000 instruments.
The Mont ...
... the next departure to Brussels. Perfect timing. The train was pretty crowded so I moved to another car but did not realize at the time I had come into a first class carriage – which I had not paid for. I wasn't sure what the conductor would do when he checked my ticket, so I switched carriages in Ghent just to be safe. The difference in fare (I think) was only about ...