B & B de 9 Straatjes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... alcohol is not allowed. As a result, you can be walking along the street and suddenly get a whiff of a joint. Near a coffee shop, you can smell it very strongly and sometimes, if you hang around long enough,you do feel quite floopy maaan.
I mean, what if dolphins really are from another planet?
Has anyone got any pringles?
Has anyone got any Pringles?
Amsterdam. Great ...
... with caramel pressed in between. Our last top deck dinner was at Sea Palace, a floating Chinese restaurant. After dinner, we got a canal cruise tour of Amsterdam accompanied by wine. It was relaxing to see the city without bikes whizzing past you! To finish off our last night, we kicked on to the roof of the botel for one last group ...
... foods we were looking for were at the gardens. We got stroopwafels! They are very thin waffles with caramel in between severed warm!!! They are sold in the cookie aisle some places.
We caught the bus and train and were back here for a rest before dinner. We walked around and finally found a Brazilian place that €10 specials. That is cheap eats here. It was good. Ed and I had skewers of steak, Susan had a large chicken breast with fries ...
... of lay sisterhoods of the Roman Catholic Church -- starting in the 1300s. Although the last sister died in the early 1970s, the homes are still rented only to unmarried women.
We did not visit the other den of unmarried women – the Red Light District. We already had to explain “happy breakfasts” to the kids when we wandered into a café that smelled of air freshener made of marijuana.
To complete our visit to Holland*, we woke up early ...
... was hard to escape the smells of both. Oh well, I expected it, and my expectations didn't let me down.
We walked around until we located our hostel which turned out to be in a terrific location. We were smack-dab in the middle of one of the main streets that was lined with restaurants, clubs, souvenir shops, you name it. It just so happens we were a block away from the Red Light District, as well.
After we got settled in, we decided to ...