Amsterdam Waterfront Hotel
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... ticket find the station and the right platform, with tickets costing €5 each making it a cheap transfer, though a bit difficult lifting cases up 2 steps into/off train. We then walked to our Hilton Double Tree approx 500m. A quick dump and run to get our hop on bus tickets for €18 and do 2 circuits to familiarise ourselves with the city and work out our program for tomorrow. A very pretty city with lots of beautiful canals, many cyclists, ...
... I found a place to park the bike and walked to Dam Square, which features the nearly Royal Palace, a Madame Tussaud's, some people dressed up as the Grim Reaper, and tour operators vying for business. I was thinking of doing the not-so-free tour, but the tour guide actively approached me and seemed a bit pushy so I said no and decided to do a self guided tour. I visited Beginhof which is a 14-century convent that features a number of historic ...
... guitalele buddy was coincidentally also going to Amsterdam so we met up there a few days ago, and we went out to watch the Germany vs. Brazil game with some friends. (We all know what happeend there). I was in a bar with lots of Brazilians so it was very quiet. That night was really really fun! The next day we recorded another video so watch out for that as well! Which brings us to the present day. Yesterday my Canadian family landed and we are having a wonderful time with ...
... side the bank lowers to meet the water.
"I have it." I thought, as I strode ahead of the sailing hat taking anxious position at the bridge with camera mono-pod ready as a makeshift boat hook.
My hat is now freshly washed and drip drying in the shower - none the worse for its adventures.
I think I might return tonight to catch the sunset. Without my hat this time…..
Before we left home, the weather predictions were very gloomy. When I asked our leader Frank what to expect, he said "Pack for rain and pray for sun."
When we arrived in Amsterdam, we were all very pleasantly surprised to see the sun shining brightly.
Our introduction to The Netherlands was a viewing of working windmills that were constructed in the 1800s. When a similar ...