WestCord Art Hotel Amsterdam
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... for the pub crawl. The pub crawl was away from the red light district which was good because there's only so much red light that someone can take. We moved along the street dancing/drinking along to a band with questionable instruments and 90's music. 3am came around quickly and the night was beginning to unravel, Holly almost got into a girl fight, Ben was called pretty, Billy tried to hitch a ride on the back of a locals push bike and Anna and I generally ...
... royalty as everything was on a grand scale, with every ceiling having some sort of detailed scene painted on it, marble floors and massive chandeliers. However the audio commentary that we listened to on the way round was interesting because we learnt how it had originally been a public town hall before being turned into a palace. After a sort rest Joyce & Eric had organised to pick us up at 6pm and take us out to see some of the ...
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At the train station on our way out of town we came across this charging station. You want your phone charged, you work for it. Pretty stellar idea.
Thursday, August 28, 2014 Walking tour of Amsterdam
We were up bright and early this morning to have breakfast at the hotel with Chews and take the offered walking tour of Amsterdam. It was a London like day with haze and intermittent rain. We joined other Viking travelers in the lobby and set off in three groups.
We began our walk over the canal toward the Central Station which was fairly near our hotel, the Movenpick. ...
... Dutch doughnut, which tasted amazing but 3 Euro seemed a bit rich for a doughnut. I walked up and down the Red Light District and was surprised that the women advertising their wears from behind doorways and windows all seemed to be at least 40 years old. I'm not judging, but I rather imagined that Amsterdam's sex industry would be catering to a younger generation. It was by now nearly 2pm, and the Weather app indicated rain starting at 3pm ...