Tulip Inn Amsterdam Riverside
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It was sad to say goodbye to Tante Verena and Onkel Conrad, but we are looking forward to Amsterdam. We have arrived and found our hotel with little trouble. We have chosen to stay outside of Amsterdam at the Tulip Inn. This way we can park the car and take public transit into the heart of Amsterdam. This is always more convenient …
... a crepe except this one had apple and spec in it. Spec is kind of like bacon. Really yummy!
After lunch a couple quick stops on the way back and then for a walk through the Rijks museum. We arranged a tour that was led by a young guy who I suspect was maybe 25 but my god did he know his stuff. He was fantastic and engaged the kids all through the tour. Beautiful museum. 17th-19th century stuff.
Headed out for ...
... friends. Today they took us to a nearby city where there was a cheese market. Really another nice city. All in all it feels very comfortable here with people I know so well - quite a change! I am so looking forward to spending hte next 2 and a half weeks with my crazy family.
The Girl with the Guitalele
PS things you should know: Amsterdam has more bikes than people. They eat so much cheese here. The people are ridiculously tall. Oh and I love it here :)
... Station to catch the canal bus. I deliberately chose the longest route to reach the VanGogh museum, which took about 1.5 hours. It was so entirely pleasant to take life in the very slow lane on such a beautiful afternoon. I got to the VanGogh Museum just after 5pm – lucky me, I just happened to be here on a Friday, the only day they are open late. There was no lineup, although once inside, the museum was quite busy. VanGogh was, ...
... their best stares and glares (although some looked decidedly bored. I can see why) They posed and strutted their stuff in the windows of their salons, angrily yelling whenever somebody tried to photograph them. As we walked along, a rather fat man in black stumbled out of a salon on wobbly legs, a stunned and silly grin plastered onto his face, as his friends stood nearby guffawing. We even found what we think was transvestite alley, as the "girls" seemed a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTulip Inn Amsterdam Riverside
We stayed at the Tulip Inn in Vienna and the two do not compare. While this hotel is as advertised, it is lacking in some areas. The hotel is a little distant from the metro (1km) and through a construction area. The metro will take you downtown. The hotel would like you to reuse your towels, which is great! However, a towel rack or hooks of something in the bathroom to hang them from would be a good idea. The two hangers are not sufficient. There are no drawers or wardrobe to speak of, just a shelf for you luggage. The hotel breakfast is expensive at 15 Euro's each and no restaurants around to pick from. I would not stay here again.
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