Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... on the bus was Anne Franks house. This was a superb, but moving recreation of the house of it was and told the story of Anne and her family perfectly. Recommend it to anyone who gets the opportunity to go there.
After this we were let loose in the city on our own. Daryl and I walked on into Dam Square, the main square in Amsterdam, where the palace is situated. The architecture here is very different ...
So I think I've probably had the most comfortable sleep last night. The beds were so nice! I hope our hotel in Berlin is the same! Today we got up at around 7am and headed down to the restaurant for breakfast by 7:30. It was a pretty tasty buffet style breakfast. I smashed down some fruit because I just needed something good in my body! It was soo weird I woke up at around 2am scratching both of my arms. They had massive bites on them! I left the window ...
... some pool again and met people and then played against them too. We then left to walk to the central station to get a train to the airport, there we then got on our plane and flew to basel. At around 11 we were still waiting for our suitcase, which eventually came and we could finally make our way to gillians apartment. And because its switzerlands birthday on the 1st of august, there were still fireworks going off when we got home at around 12. There we fell into bed and slept.
I always thought I was pretty easy going. That is, until we hit Amsterdam. This really is the 'Easy Going' capital of the world in so many ways. In this city: Prostitution is legal Soft drugs are legal Abortion is legal Euthanasia is legal Riding motorbikes on bike paths is legal I'm not really sure how all of this works out and what impact these things have on society. Apparently sex crimes are ...
We boarded a plane from Columbus to Detroit where we had a brief layover. From there we boarded another much larger plane for Amsterdam where we will have another brief layover before heading for Nairobi, Kenya. Other than fighting with Huntington Bank to have my account tagged with a notice that I'll be using my card out of the country (debits in Nairobi and Dubai might look suspicious for a boring guy from Columbus, OH), everything went smoothly. It was hard to say goodbye to ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Inn4U Amsterdam
Other places to stay in Amsterdam
Oud-Zuid, Amsterdam | Innfrom $120
Oost en Watergraafsmeer, Amsterdam | Innfrom $78
Centre, Amsterdam | Innfrom $69
De Pijp, Amsterdam | 2 star innfrom $72
De Clercqstraat 115, Amsterdam | 3 star innfrom $147