I've read some comments about the difficulty of buying tram tickets, but my panic also is over knowing when you get off. Say I manage to buy the tickets and start riding. The directions say go 13 stops, but will they be noticeable? Are there big signs? Will I be able to recognize them? Will the tram actually stop at each stop? Will someone say the name of the stop and if so will I recognize it, not knowing Dutch? I know I'm goofy about this, but I always start to panic about over public transportation at this point in trip planning. Will it be as hard as I fear?
tram panic time - Amsterdam
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