Quentin Amsterdam Hotel
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We arrived last night in Amsterdam, officially starting the Busabout part of our holiday. Wrecked from travelling all day, we went out to get some dinner. The Netherlands were playing against Mexico in the soccer World Cup as we ate and it seemed the entire city was watching this game. We could hear the despair as Mexico scored, and the joy as the …
We were up bright and early this morning to avoid a massive line to see the Anne Frank House. I read Anne's diary maybe ten years ago, and I was very interested in seeing the place that concealed the Franks and their friends for two long years. We were lucky and got in pretty quickly. Their secret annexe was very well hidden, and very cramped for …
... in the square there was a free tour through the red light district about to leave so we went on that. It was super interesting; we went through all the different levels of windows of prostitutes, went to a peep show (I didn't get to go in) and he talked lots about the history of prostitution and coffee shops. After the tour we went to a Vietnamese place in Chinatown which was alright but had very small portions. ...
... an relationship. I enjoyed travelling with a Chinese family on a long train ride, sharing food I never ate (or saw for that matter) before.
In most cases travelling with locals, includes travelling by land, giving you the opportunity to see the different landscapes of the country, which can vary wildly and the people from different regions boarding and leaving the bus or train.
As the other Local tips this one as well can save huge amounts of ...
... to weather conditions.
we drove towards Cologne we saw more trees and a little more contour
to the countryside. Very pretty. In Cologne we stopped to see their
Gothic cathedral. It was started in the 12th
century and finished in 1880 and was the tallest building for four
years. An incredibly magnificent building. It did suffer some
damage in the war but pilots were advised to avoid it as it was such
a good guiding ...