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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... three hours, taking in the highlights including paintings by famous Dutch artists such as Vemeer and Rembrandt. For lunch, after sampling a local brew, we stopped at a small kiosk, one of several on some of the canal bridges to sample a Dutch specialty, a "Harin Bootje", basically the equivalent of a hot dog, with a herring filet placed in a bun and covered with chopped onions and sliced cucumber - very tasty. We continued to stroll around the ...
... we wandered towards the Old Jewish Quarter and had a nosy at the flea market on Waterloo Plein. We then stocked up on goodies at the local supermarket, before a final picnic by the canal. It was then time to collect our backpacks and head for the train station, for our 3pm train to Berlin.
Our train trip was a disaster to say the least, but I will leave that to Mr H to explain in another blog!
Thanks for reading and lots of love.
Lyndsey & Martin
... for our river cruise. Not this time. Museum only.
We headed to the Van Gogh Museum and were ushered right in at 3:45. My iPhone worked like a charm. Guess we didn't need to print off the tickets. Guess I need to trust technology a little more. An hour and a half later, Sandy was very happy to see the museum again, and you know what they say, happy wife, happy life!
We walked ...
... with lovely views out over the city ( not today though!) We shared a bottle of Austrian Reisling and some Dutch cheese and crackers, before heading back out to find a restaurant for dinner. Thankfully it was no longer raining. After dinner we had a quck wander through some of the red light area before returning back to the hotel. Fingers crossed for a fine day tomorrow. My last in ...
We had 3 days in Amsterdam and we had a great time. Amsterdam was kind of like Copenhagen, but more canals, more bikes, and more "liberal" leisure activities. It is a really fun place.
We managed to do and see a lot. It's a compact city which is easy to get around on the tram network. We stayed in the Jordaan area at a small B&B run by a local guy Jasper. It came highly recommended to us by others who have stayed with him (Rich, Gladman) and they were right. He was a nice guy ...