Hi! Everyone gives such thorough advice on this forum, I hope you can help me, too. I looked at other posts and they were mostly all adults so this may be different.
I’m a seasoned solo traveler but now I’m planning a 7 day trip to the Netherlands last week of April 2019 with my 15 month old son and am trying to figure out our itinerary. I'd like to build in some relaxing/non-tourist time since I'm not sure how my son will do on this trip. Any advice on how reasonable my itinerary is for traveling alone with a baby? Also, I’ve read mixed reviews on the 72 hour Amsterdam card… what do you all think?
Arrive early Tuesday morning - go straight to Haarlem. Spend day acclimating to time change/getting over potential no sleep on red eye for baby. Walk around Grote market area, maybe take in a canal ride.
Wednesday - get to Keukenhof early and spend most of day there and surrounding fields. Rent a bike from here https://www.rentabikevandam-keukenhof.com/en/
Thursday – spend day in The Hague and Delft. Spend night in Haarlem or Delft?
Friday – go to Amsterdam to take day trip Zaanse Schans or Edam. OR should I go to Rotterdam for the day before heading back to AMS?
Sat through Monday : Amsterdam. Which museums are best with baby? I would love to go to Anne Frank’s house and the Van Gogh museum but I read that it may too difficult/disruptive with mobile toddler. Canal tours, city walks, Vondelpark, Rijksmuseum. Anything else?
Also, I think I may be late in the game for booking rooms… an advice on how to get something with a kitchenette besides Airbnb?
Thank you for your time and feedback!