Hello everyone! Last week I wrote about my mom and sister’s visit to Bilbao, and I also said that Spencer and I are starting a month-long trip around Europe.
Well I’ve now packed my bag, said goodbye to Bilbao, my new second home, and got on a flight to meet up with Spencer in Amsterdam.
Continue reading “The first week of our trip: Amsterdam and Wuppertal”
After Paris, the first city on our trip, we took an 8-hour bus to Amsterdam. This was my third time in the city, and it was still just as beautiful as ever. Continue reading “Amsterdam and the Journey to Prague”
After my visit to the Anne Frank House on my last day in Amsterdam, I still had time left before my flight to go visit the Heineken Brewery. I walked some more along Amsterdam’s canals and arrived at the main entrance to the brewery, which itself is pretty hard to miss. Continue reading “The Heineken Brewery”
On my last day in Amsterdam, I woke up early to pack my bags and check out of my room before heading to the Anne Frank House. Since the line was too long to enter during my first few days in Amsterdam, I bought a ticket for the 9:15 am time slot the Tuesday I was flying back to Bilbao. Continue reading “Visiting the Anne Frank House”
After an eventful first day of my trip, with two cancelled flights and arriving in Amsterdam eight hours later than expected, the next few days were much more relaxing by comparison. Continue reading “Exploring Amsterdam”
As is sometimes necessary when flying, I woke up to the sound of my alarm at 3:3o am on Saturday morning. I got up, hastily showered, ate a small breakfast, gathered and packed what I hadn’t the night before, and went outside to meet my taxi at 4:40 am. Continue reading “My Journey to Amsterdam”