After departing the countryside of Lancashire, we arrived at our first stop, Amsterdam in our Quest to follow ENGLAND in the world cup 2006. Many other budding followers were also in the dam, making accomodation scarce to say the least. After trawling tourist information, we stumbled upon ''HOTEL KABUL'', which supprisingly enough, had vacaincies. All six of us hurried ahead and entered THE KABUL. We were met at reception by two shifty looking turkish men, who neither raised a smile or an eyebrow to greet us. We was then told it was 35 euros each for a night stay, but we immediately accepted, pleased that we had a roof over our heads for the night. As we were led to our shared 8-man room, we noticed what could only be described as large pockets of bullet holes in the walls. Upon realising we had our pants trulley pulled down with a 35 euro cost, we dumped our bags (after taking out valuables), and got ready to hit the city life. We shared the room with to american wanderers who on our arrival, were combing the beds for bedbugs. We decided our only option was to get blind drunk in order to block out the horrific surroundings/decor. When i awoke, after a heavy night, i was unsure of my bearings and half expected to see Gary Glitter, as it was reminisent of a cambodian prison!!! I would therefoe NOT reccomend anyone to endure a night of pure punishment and the hands of the KABUL staff.
- Also Known As:
- Young Budget Amsterdam