King's Villa Hotel
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... cafes, sex shops - all packed into a small area and next to normal looking hotels. About 10,000 tourists also managed to find the area.
We are in a character apartment right in the heart of old town which is great as all the cafes and bars are right next to us but we are also right above a bar so no sleep till they close at 1am. Best of all with this place is it has a washing machine and ...
... the bus to the Jewish Quarter. It stopped right at the Gassan diamonds establishment, which offers free tours, so we started with that. We saw traditional diamonds cutting and polishing equipment, and also people at work using modern equipment. The guide than showed us examples of cut diamonds, each one in an envelope with its description, just like in the books. Tamara got to try on a ring with a fine large diamond, but we didn’t buy it. They had an extensive range of ...
... say we bonded the most in Amsterdam so far. We were both out of our element and were able to depend on each other. I had the Amsterdam public transportation figured out. Dan struggled. That and he always panicked when he crossed the road. When you crossed you had to look for cars, busses, trams and bicycles. And they all had their own lane. It was quite impressive. On the last morning we packed up and headed out. We had to make it to our 10:30 bus for Berlin. ...
... Gaypride this weekend and the chances of finding a place to stay were pretty low. But they reccomended another camp site and the odds were in our favor, we got a space at Camping Vliegenbos. We had to find enough space for our rather big tent first but after we had settled we really got to like this camp.
We then took the bus into the city and my friends got to see the ...
... at the fishing village, a spot of lunch a proper demonstration of cheese making then a ferry ride to the " Island" of Markem. I say an island because it was but they have now built a causeway for the locals to get to Amsterdam where a lot of them work and commute daily...25 minutes.this was all very enlightening and we enjoyed the half day. Back to Amsterdam and onto another bus with another guide and off south to Delft for a guided tour of the china factory...then ...