Tulip Inn Leiden Centre
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... and I met some of the most interesting people whilst staying in Granada. Some I will see again, and others who have inspired me to travel to destinations that I previously hadn’t had high on my list.
I finished my time in Spain with two nights in Madrid. I chose to Couchsurf there. I wanted to do more in Spain, but as August is the month where every Spaniard seems to be travelling to the coast, it was hard to find a host. I was fortunate enough to meet ...
... huis(es). Mmmm, delicious. Thus fortified, I caught the bus to the Centraal Station, the starting point of a self-guided (Rick Steves) walking tour. Well, that sounds simple, but it wasn’t: I’ve never been to a city where people have no clue as to how to use their own transit system. The fellow at
the hotel told me the #10 tram (it doesn’t go to the Centraal Station). The woman at ...
... the west of the Himalayas, so the natural environment of the tulip is actually mountainous and rugged. 40% of wild tulips still grow in that area in present days. The modern day tulips was born in the Black Sea area and has been cultivated since 12 century. Tulips became popular in the Netherlands in the 15th century and even caused business to speculating on the price of tulips. At the height of the tulip mania, a single tulip bulb could cost the equivalent of four oxen, eight ...
... the seagulls and other birds glinting with silver as they swooped through the air."
... to buy me a ticket!
I arrived in Amsterdam and cycled out to Camping Zeeburg, a very popular site for backpackers, cyclsts etc.
The next two days were spent gathering the last few bits of gear I forgot to buy in England and then all the usual touristy stuff in Amsterdam; Van Gough, Coffee shops, Red light district ;-) , museums. I met Yuki- a friend of Adam and Rob who runs Betty too, a coffee shop in the centre of town. I had a smoke and told her about my trip and ...