WestCord Art Hotel Amsterdam
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... is beautiful and very expensive. After letting us look around, they took us into a small show room. They explained how they classify diamonds and the different levels of carat, cut, clarity, and color. After explaining, they took out several different diamonds. The first one they took out was a 1.5 carat, D Colorless, flawless, 121 facet diamond. Every women in the room gasped when this baby came out! The way it sparkled was just amazing. And as we were ...
... major roads here in France, you have to pay a fee in order to use the roads). This was the second time where we realized that our scheduled attempts had been in vain as the machine would not accept us. I say ‘us' because it would not take any of our cards, bills or coins. There was a car who had pulled up behind us and appropriately was wondering what the issue was, fortunately he wasn’t upset or angered by our delay, but more with the people who we had tried talking ...
... to study the dairy at school like lots of other people we had met in line (we met a lot of ppl as we lined up for 90mins) we knew the story and the significance of it. When you walk through the house reading information and seeing artifacts, you get a real understanding of how eight people managed to survive 2 years living in the house. It was surprisingly bigger than I thought and when you see the way they used their space it was ...
... 90%, so we took off for an adventure.
That day and evening were spent hanging out and enjoying the city. We rode bikes like good Dutch people, saw Anne Frank's home, ran into other graduated Rose students who happened to be staying in our hostel and ate more bitter balls.
We met up with two new friends who are traveling around Europe as well, Hank and Drew. That made our wolf pack a pack of nine. The crew ...
We must have taken too long to hit the breakfast buffet this morning, as everyone else was there at the same time and we had to wait for a table. What a blow, people in between us and bacon, eggs, pancakes, pastries, etc, etc. We are fond of this brekky idea.
Today was a blank day in the green file, with only suggestions of what to do. Options were cruise the canals around the city, do the Heineken Experience and/or head out to see some of the countryside. ...