Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Europe Trip from Sep 3 to Sep 20,2009 (Part 1) Amsterdam-> Romania->Czech

Leaving Amsterdam Airport heading to Bucharest, Romania on Sep 6, 09




It was raining so bad that why I was wet like a dog, :(




Surprisingly, I found the last day in Amsterdam had the Thailand Festival which they have every year by Thai Embassy, just across of my hotel, I can't believe that I can enjoy Thai food in Amsterdam and meet all the nice Thai people who live in Netherland.


So many old and nice architecture building
Red Light district along this area only at night after 8:00pm
Here the DAM Square
Condom Heaven shop and all kind of the Condom that you want to try ... HAHAHA
Many Guy too in Amsterdam behind this block that the Red Light District located









just in front of my Hotel to get the Boat tour, this is the first thing that you need to do when arrived in Amsterdam to get the whole idea about the Amsterdam just $8 EUR
after walk for a few min then I figured that out then oh my god my hotel right here just 5 min walk from Train station :

Here the detail of the hotel that I booked from Internet before travel to Amsterdam:
Hostel Information:

Hostel:Damrak Inn
Address: Damrak 58-59 ,Amsterdam 1012LL, Netherlands
Telephone: +31 (0)20 625 25 05
Email: frontdesk@damrakinn.nl

Website: http://www.hostelbookers.com/hostels/netherlands/amsterdam/37956/

Fri 4/09/09:
Private Single Ensuite: 1 people | cost USD 120.41 | total USD 120.41
Sat 5/09/09:
Private Single Ensuite: 1 people | cost USD 120.41 | total USD 120.41

Total: USD 240.83

Directions:
From The Airport
Amsterdam Schiphol, Europe’s largest airport, is your gateway to Amsterdam. The train is the most convenient form of transportation from the airport.

The station is clearly marked and located in Schiphol Plaza at the center of the airport. Tickets to Amsterdam Central Station can be conveniently purchased with a credit card at the yellow ticket booths or at the Dutch Railways ticket counter.

A taxi is approx. 32 EUR per person.

From The Railway Station
Amsterdam Central Station is within walking distance - just 300 meters/yards.

Exit the central station from its main entrance. With the station building behind you, keep to the right. Cross the bridge, then cross the road at the traffic lights and you will find yourself in the pedestrian section of Damrak, Amsterdam’s main street, lined with caf├ęs and just a few steps away from your comfortable bed at Hotel Damrak-inn.
Walk from the Train station and wonder where is my hotel
Here we are Grand central Station
Here the Train No.2 that will take me from Airport to Amsterdam Central station and just a walking distance to every where included my hotel (Damrak Inn Hostel)
Airport is so big and this is the good place to get the money from ATM, just enough for me to buy food or any of coffee later on when I get in town.


When you arrive at the Airport where you never been before that what the strange feeling that which way and now what!!! So, I was so lucky that figured that out to get the train to Downtown central station but I was enjoy walk in the airport for 30 min. after sitting in the Immigration office for interview. Yes I got to the Immigration because they were not sure that I will be able to effort to spend time in Amsterdam.. That was happen to me a lot.