Hotel Sint Nicolaas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sint Nicolaas Amsterdam
The Hotel Sint Nicolaas was a wonderful find with interesting decor, delicious breakfast & a really comfortable bed. Though it was more expensive than our usual accommodation, it was only 20E more than the sleazy hotels around the corner, so worth every cent.
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... some lunch - grilled ham, cheese & tomato with a side of mediterranean cous cous salad. I really love having a kitchen to cook in again! I took a midday walk & decided to pop into one of the neighborhood coffee shops, Easy Times, to check it out, then wandered down the street to hit up the ATM, found a Body Shop where I bought some of my favorite face lotion and then came back to the house to get ready for Wednesday Night Wing Night with ...
... lady we met at a church
service in a 500 year old church was a member of the church and sang in its
choir, and encouraged us to also come to the carols by candlelight (although
she did highlight the fact that their wasn't going to be a sermon haha).
5. Dutch donuts are better than any other kind.
6. Amsterdam has really pretty architecture, and no ...
... 5 Sep 14 - Overcast and misty with a forecast of rain and none of us felt like battling the crowds or the footpaths so we decided to do another trip to the country. This time we headed west to Zandvoort aan Zee to see the seaside by train.
While it was a pleasant sojourn, the scenery and the experience did not match the visit to the wetlands and harbours yesterday. It did not have the postcard factor so it was a little disappointing but everything is ...
... opposite and he must have been very bad 'cause he was trying so hard to make up and she had that special look of “gonna take a lot more than that buddy” J
Next day we went on a bus tour to Delft and De Hague. We toured the Delft porcelain factory (and bought a nice piece J) and then to de Hague (the International Court place). That was really special too.
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... stop told me to walk a couple of blocks and catch the #21 Bus – she was pretty close – it’s the #25
bus goes to the Centraal Station. This was foreshadowing for the whole day: everyone I asked, “is this the bus/tram to ______,” gave me a wildly different and completely incorrect answer. By the end of the day, I quit asking, and it was much easier.
Anyway, back to the ...