Hotel The Crown
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... just cant bear it." To this I almost burst into laughter but managed to contain myself as they had been so nice in helping us interpret the bus map.
Despite all of their help we still managed to miss our stop as the bus driver simply ignored the stop button when I pressed it. As a result we ended up at a nice coffee shop near the Rijks and Van Gogh Museums. It was a very nice area and after 2 fantastic coffees with a very helpful waiter we gained an orientation on the ...
... at. I was confused the whole time, which I think was part of the simulation, however it would have been more effective if they had told us what they were trying to simulate.
We caught a train back to the city. I returned to the hotel for a few minutes to change, and then some people from my class and I returned to the city to find a bar to watch the USA vs. Germany game at. There were quite a few Germany fans, but the Dutch were cheering for the US because Germany is ...
... local shops and small restaurants prefer being paid in euros. Luckily we brought euros with us. Tuesday to Friday notes: The week has flown by. The weather has been glorious – lucky us! We visited museums – Van Gogh, Rijks, Anne Frank - Here's a handy tip about getting tickets for the museums in Amsterdam. The lines to go into the Anne Frank Museum are very long. I read that booking tickets online for 9 o'clock entry was the thing to do. ...
... in front of the Palace so we spent the morning hanging out at the festival at park in front of the palace while waiting for the Tour to depart. And once again, in a split second the cyclists were gone.
That was the last time we saw the Tour, we were not able to follow the actual itinerary. Instead we spent the next few days in Paris exploring this enchanting and romantic city. Our hotel was about 20 minutes walking distance to the ...
... be sick if I ate to much. Last stop the little town of Marken and the wooden clog factory. They gave us a full show from start to finish on how they are made ( watch the attached videos if you are interested). I have there email so might still by some clogs. Finishing up on dark back in the bus for the half hour trip back to Amsterdam. Walking back to the hostel for a warm shower. Got a bit cold on the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel The Crown Amsterdam
Recomended for young people. Breackfast notthing special, but has a good location. Near Central Staition and Red Ligth District, and 5' walking for Madam Toussou
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