Hotel Sint Nicolaas
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We arrived in time to check straight into our hotel a few blocks from the train station. We were stoked with the position only steps away from everything. The hotel itself was quaint yet funky as well.
We spent the afternoon wondering the streets soaking up the mischief in the air. Half our fun was people watching the tourists who have …
... time in the city to find lunch and a recommended scavenger hunt to do if we had time before we were supposed to meet at the Anne Frank house. It took us a while to find a place for lunch, but we found a nice cafe. After that, we completed as much of the scavenger hunt as we could. The places on the scavenger hunt were Dam Square, which is the main city center and also houses the national monument. Close to that was the Condomerie, which was the first specialty condom ...
... train station. It was busy and noisy as you could imagine. It also so happened that there was a festival going on and there was a parade by Lake Geneva. So headed off to check it out - it was fun, crazy and routy! When the party had died down, we spent the rest of the evening relaxing and drinking beer at a cafe by the lake. We didn't have time to check out the old town on the other side of the lake but we figured there will always be a next time.
... Anne Frank’s House. Her story was different and something we hadn't heard in the past few days on WWII history. I'm sure it would've had even grater meaning if you'd read her story prior. Winter once again proved to have its perks in the way that we walked straight into the museum and at times had whole rooms in the House to ourselves. Our Contiki assured us this wouldn’t happen. Anne Frank’s House Just in case there are other people ...
... meant I wasn't run down, though there wasn't a lot in it at times. Gayleen wanted to buy me a fluro vest and right on it "Beware Tourist"!! Suffered significant abuse from upset cyclists who obviously saw their lives (or mine) flashing in front of their eyes each time this errant tourist kept walking on the cycle lanes. Fortunately couldn't understand a word they said. Stopped for coffee and toastie at about 11:30 while still at the market. Then back on the bus ...
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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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