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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeason Star Hotel Amsterdam
Great location. The room was a little small for 4 people and reception weren't exactly helpful.
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... we had to board, and I am ****** that the terminal we were in had no free wifi! I had just to sit and relax for a while, gave me time to work on the blog a little. The flight to Amsterdam wasn't long just over an hr, so we relaxed and just watched a movie on the iPad. When we landed, the airport had free wifi, so as we waited for our bags, we were able to touch base with people back home. Once we had our bags, we ...
... architecture enthusiasts (I'm not one of them) or anyone who just wants to have a good time. Walking through the Neumarkt area we were confronted with the strong waft of weed with every pub/bar door opening. It was quite surreal walking around the area with marijuana and magic mushrooms being openly advertised and sold, something we've never experienced before. There are literally hundreds of the infamous coffee shops each with their own menu of the drugs on offer with their ...
We spent the afternoon by the beach having a relaxing coffee before heading back home where the Dutchie’s street had been transformed into an International food market full of stalls from all over the world. We wouldn’t go hungry tonight.
... how the perception of whales has changed since the 16th century, and they showed the many ways parts of the whale have been used. They also had preserved specimens taken from whales including oil, blubber, baleen, and even barnacles attached to the outer skin. The museum also has an exhibit called "the Dark Chapter." This section focuses on the Dutch slave trade. Even though slavery was not allowed in the Netherlands, the Dutch participated in the slave trade from 1596 until 1829 ...
... Well kids, these canals are pretty, but we won't stop to take anymore pictures right now. A few twists and turns in the road past many racy shops and we got to our general destination. Whew! Hopefully we all kept our brain cells intact after riding through the fog!
George and Sharon spotted the riders while they were resting and replenishing the air in their lungs with plain oxygen. We ate a quick lunch and got ready for our afternoon excursion ...