Bed Breakfast Boat
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBed Breakfast Boat Amsterdam
Fabulous place to stay, spacious, and private, thoroughly recommend.
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... bizarre thing was the men's fashion... Nike gym shoes mixed with skinny jeans with the cuffs rolled up. Let's just say I won't be adopting that one. We will post a longer message tomorrow but we are already heading to bed as we are just exhausted after walking basically every strasse in Amsterdam. Tomorrow we get our rental car and set off to Bremen then on to ...
... through the hidden bookcase that led to the Secret Annexe. I came away from it knowing that I wanted to read her diary. Now our time in Amsterdam has come to an end. It's been a short but sweet visit, as I'm sure many of these stops will be. As with Bruges, I leave knowing that I will come back at some point. We're currently on a train bound for Berlin. It's Germany vs Portugal this evening so hopefully I can convince Sophie that we have to watch it in a German bar ...
... but we did call into the cafe Winkel 43 for some of the best Appletaart in Amsterdam.
Then we caught another tram back to Centraal, and a ferry across the IJ to the NDSM docks. The IJ is the large lake which is Amsterdam's waterfront. There are several ferries plying the IJ, and they are all free. Ours was packed, with pedestrians and cyclists. Unfortunately it wasn't a very interesting trip - too many new buildings on ...
... get us to Amsterdam!! Eventually we got to our Eurolines bus and after having a delicious chocolate croissant we were heading to Amsterdam! After traveling what seemed like forever on the plane and now bus (over 24hrs) we were relieved to arrive in Amsterdam and eventually again after figuring out the local transport arrived in our hotel (all hostels seemed to have been booked out) Now our backpacking adventure could finally ...
... either tram or bus ride about 12minutes and area easy to get to once you find where the stops are. Huge diversity in nationalities and plenty of tourists. We went exploring into central amsterdam and wandered around there for a couple of hours. Lots of little alleyways and love the buildings. (see photos). Yes, we did find the "Red Light District" - not nearly as busy as in the evening but some girls like to work the day shift. ...