Damrak Inn Hotel Amsterdam
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... upon an very old building with a dutch restaurant and we got some lunch. Everyone loved their meals and the local beer wasn't terrible either.
We had hoped to get in the Amsterdam Museum as well and only had about 1.5 hours before closing time. It proved to be just enough time to get through and it was a mix of everything from the beginning of time through to present day and the liberality of the Netherlands. They ...
... 2 blocks. I asked a couple who were at the front of said queue how long they had been there and they had waited 2 hours in the hot sun! No way Jose! So thought I would book online..ha.. no online bookings left at all. Had another thought. I would book a 1/2 day tour of the city which included a jump the queue ticket to visit the house... yeah right.. the next possible date for that tour was September 13th! Needless to say I didn't get to see the house! ...
... approach a “both/and” way of thinking – I keep hearing “become a livable city,” then the city needs to be livable for cyclists and all users.
As I prepare to depart, I leave being more equipped to be a better advocate of cyclists and alongside I will be a better advocate of those in wheelchairs.If you would like to see all my pictures, please visit this link.
... approach to morality - marijuana coffee shops, Red Light District, empty churches, aggressive cyclists, etc., but I felt Amsterdam lacks soul. I'm glad I don't live there.
There are some brave folk on our tour- a blind lady traveling with her 3 sisters, a very elderly gent with a walking stick struggles to keep up, and a brave old lady with a walker who's determined not to miss a thing! I admire them greatly -God bless 'em!
... to sound appealing. Only 2 hours away and with a cheap hostel themed after The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, it was an easy sell. We found a train leaving in fifteen minutes and sprinted back across the street to the station, shielding our backpacks from the awful rain as much as possible, and grateful I had decided to put all my clothes in gallon-sized ziplock bags. (Alert, alert! Really good travel tip!)
Of course, we arrived to find out that a) the roof leaked, and ...