Amsterdam Waterfront Hotel
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Bought the ticket.
Got my vaccinations.
Checked out of my studenthouse adress.
Donated longboard for safekeeping.
Done my last big dutch night out.
Said my overall goodbyes.
Packed my backpack.
Realised that I overpacked my backpack.
Made sister very happy (minus 4 kilo's).
Left keys in a drawer, laptop ...
... it be regulated, no?" My guess is it's much livelier at night :)
After that, we needed a little culture, so we took the tram again down to the VanGogh museum. It was a lot different than the museum we saw yesterday. Much more modern building, less people, and more written descriptions of VanGogh's life written right on the walls. We enjoyed it and spent some time in the gift shop looking at souvenirs with "Blue Irises" and "Sunflowers". I got ...
... random at the train station, then another dude on the train. I don't know where they think thats gonna go. My standards are not high but some kind of conversation skills are important McWine (Paris)- a glass of wine comes in small, medium and large. I could get used to that. Another fun fact about france, if you loose your job, welfare will pay 80% of your salary for up to 2 years. I could get used to that too. ...
... to the mainland by a causeway.
Today turned out to be quite warm for this area and everyone needed a cold drink so we wandered through town to the waterfront and found drinks for everyone. We continued walking along the harbor area with our drinks. There were a lot of people enjoying the sunny day. Sailboats were coming and going, people were on the very tiny beach. We watched a group of young men kicking a soccer ball around next to ...
... so I decided to give it a shot. They give you a wristband for the tour with two free beer tokens and a token for a free gift. The self guided tour was well done and the history of Heineken was pretty cool. At the end you get a free beer and then two more in the bar. After Heineken I took the shuttle back to the hotel to grab my bags and head to the train station for my train to Bruges. The train was around 4 hours and I arrived ...