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I loved Amsterdam, this is a city I could happily call home!
We stayed at the Season Star and while the rooms weren't the most comfortable the location was amazing. We were a short walk from the Red Light District and central station, which made a nice change after Berlin!
I have always been ignorant on The Netherlands, I assumed …
... priced ham sandwich in exchange for using the museums excellent free WiFi as I have learned that just because there is WiFi does not mean it is good.
In my original plan following the van Gogh museum I would check out the art work at the Riijks museum. This plan fell through when looking into the museum lobby, imagining another few hours getting my museum saunter on , my lower back and feet started aching in anticipation. Perhaps I will check it out ...
... because it's so cold and there is not a lot of sunlight, she goes there and enjoys the humidity. So we decided to head there. Unfortunately it closed at 5pm. We were absolutely soaked by this time, again. And there was a coffee shop across the road which lucky for us had no one inside and therefore no smoke to get high on. Didn't really feel like it at that particular moment! We had a cup if tea and looked at our map and decided on what to do.. Our solution.. A film! To ...
... and coo coo clocks. We had a quick demonstration at each shop and then walked around for a while. Geoff and I stopped at a cafe that sold fresh German pastries. I had this thing that was dipped in chocolate and icing. It was soo good! Soon it was time to get back on the bus.
It didn't take very long to reach Amsterdam after that. We arrived early enough to visit a cheese and clog farm. ...
... more. Some is educational, some interesting, some hilarious, some confusing, some just sick, and some things will make you wonder how and why.The museum set the tone for an evening stroll through the red light district. It was a new experience for Nat, the viewing that is. Aside from a wink or smile here and there we didn't chat to any of the ladies on display. Some religious tourists did, trying to save their souls and all. Like the museum, if you re looking for something ...
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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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