Vi fløj fra København lufthavn tidlig søndag og ankom til Amsterdam, klar til vores først dag i hovedstaden af Nederlands. Efter kun får timer, var jeg sikker på Amsterdam er byen af KANALER, CYKLER og ”DREADLOCKS”. Disse tre ting er over alt!
We flew from Copenhagen airport early Sunday and arrived in Amsterdam, ready for our first day in the capital city of the Netherlands. After only a few hours, I was sure Amsterdam is the city of CANALS, BIKES and DREADLOCKS. These three things are everywhere!
(en parkering garage for cykler...a parking garage for bikes)
Vi tog toget til vores hotel og modtog en overraskelse da vi ankom! På den hotels hjemmeside, skrev mange mennesker kommenter om dette hotel, siger det var ”dejlig, meget Europæisk hotel med venlig hotel chef, men den trappe var meget meget stejl”.... Og de havde RET! Jess og jeg var heldig at have to stærk mænd for at bringe vores kufferter ovenpå!!
We took the train to our hotel and received a surprise when we arrived! On the hotel´ s homepage, many people wrote comments about the hotel , saying it was a “charming, very European hotel with friendly owners, but the stairs were very very steep”….and they were RIGHT! Jess and I were lucky to have two strong men to bring our suitcases upstairs!!
Bruger tapperne for en billede mulighed ... Using the stairs for a photo opp
Holdning fra vores hotel balkon ... View from our hotel balcony
Vores først dag i Amsterdam var rigtig god. Vi tog en kanaltur omkring byen for at have en ide´ om alting vi ønskede at kigge og gør. Vi hurtig så hvor forbløffende Amsterdams arkitektur var med meget høje, smalle huse som egentlig havde fire, fem eller seks etager. Til mig, den mest interessant ting om hvert hus, var døren. HVER DØR var forskellige! De er lavet af træ med unique designs på hvert. Jeg ønskede at tage billeder af dem alle. Også, hvert hus har en krog på taget. Disse er tre eller fire hundede år gamle, da den blev brugt til at flytte ting såsom møbler til top etagerne, og de er stadig brugt i dag! Den hele by af Amsterdam er byggede på vand og vi lærte hver hus og kontor sidder på træ pillistader seksten meter under hav overfladen. I dag, er mange huse skæve og du kan se hvor de læne til den ene side. FX: husene begyndte side om side for 300 år siden, men nu, har de luft i mellem dem.
Our first day in Amsterdam was great. We took a canal tour around the city in order to have an idea about everything we wanted to see and do. We quickly saw how amazing Amsterdam´s architecture was with very tall, narrow houses which usually had four, five or six stories! To me, the most interesting thing about each house was the door. EACH DOOR is different. They are made from wood with unique designs on each. I wanted to take pictures of all of them. Also, every house has a hook on the roof from three or four hundred years ago because it was used to move things such as furniture to the top floors, and they are still used today. The whole city of Amsterdam is built on water and we learned that every house and office sits on wooden beams sixteen meters under the ocean´s floor. Today, many houses are shifting and you can see how they are tilting to one side. Two houses began side by side 300 years ago, but now, they have spaces between them.
I Anne Franks Hus hvor hun gemt for 2 år under WWII ... At Anne Frank´s House where she hid for 2 years during WWII
Jess og jeg gik til en mode show og drak champagne med “Alle smukke mennesker” og ... Jess and I went to a fashion show and drank champagne with ”All the beautiful people”
Aftensmad i Hard Rock Cafe, Amsterdam ...Dinner at Hard Rock Cafe, Amsterdam
Tilbage til hotelet for at være klar for i morgens eventyr ... Back to the hotel to be ready for tomorrow´s adventure
Very informative and beautiful pictures.
You guys are all just so darn CUTE!
WOW!! I have been in several European hotels where stairs were THE option, but those scared me!!!
Glad you guys are having a great time enjoying being together!!
I'm glad my granddaughter had all her cute shoes with her...looks like they might have been hurting her tootsies...good thing Stephen could carry her back to the hotel. Looks like a fun trip!
I har nået at opleve meget på bare en enkelt dag!! Det ser hyggeligt ud.
I didn't know Amsterdam was on water -- those tilting building are intense!!!
Wow, Kelli, Amsterdam looks very interesting. By the way, you definitely need to get Mads to the Grand Canyon. What a WONDER!
We have been in several European hotels where stairs were the option, but those scared me Glad you guys are having a great time enjoying being together.
Those were some really narrow stairs!
I love the architecture in Amsterdam, and your pictures captured it beautifully!
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