There is nothing like being shown around a place through the eyes of a native. Of course we saw and did all that a tourist should do and see, but better yet were the side trips, allys, stores, restaurants, and commentaries that only someone who is native can share.
My advice is to book Peter at least for a few days. He is totally flexible and will guide you as to the best things do do depending on the time and the weather. He will also tell you exactly what NOT to waste your time and money with.
We are not early risers and every day Peter still managed to fill our days with more than we could have imagined. He is easy to be with, dependable and infinitely patient.
We came to Amsterdam on what I would call blind faith. My mom can not walk any more than a block or two. I just figured we would somehow work it out between taxis, trams etc. There was no need for that, though. As soon as Peter met us at the airport, he accessed the situation and a wheel chair was prompltly delivered to the apartment where we were staying. Peter pushed my mom all around Amsterdam.
On day two, my sister had a problem with her knee. Voila, he accompanied her to his physical therapist and she was better that evening.
Amsterdam is a beautiful, civilized city and was made even more so with Peter. Peter, we could not have done it without you.
Hope (from New York)