Aemstelhuys Bed & Breakfast
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It was lovely.
It took me about 2 hours to get through it all and a bit
longer to dry out.
I was dry and cold from the stupidly strong winds by the time
I did the Red Light District tour. It was an interesting tour
and I learned a lot about the safety and ...
We sailed into Amsterdam early and drove to Keukenhof gardens where a sea of tulips and other flowers were growing. .Indoor displays were amazing as well. The afternoon was spent in Haarlem, with another beautiful square, and the ...
... stand behind glass doors, illuminated by pink and red lighting, rapping on the glass and yelling at men passing by, trying to get their attention. The red light district is a big tourist attraction, so while the crowd that makes up the largest portion of the visitors is young men, there are people of all ages and both genders walking around, including little kids with their families. Strange seeing a 7 year old boy being led by his ...
... in this lovely city. Apparently there is a crazy Greek man that owns the bike shop (I will get back to him later) and Elizabeth was slightly overwhelmed by the whole experience; however, she brought me a bright yellow bike with great tires, a comfy seat and a nice little bell...I was very excited to meet her! Wing night at Restaurant Fraiche was so much fun - great company and the wings were actually some of the best I've ever had (not ...
... that we made it through the 3 and a half days without getting run over once!
The third day we woke up later, since we knew that we didn't have to rush to anything (like we did with the Anne Frank house the day before). We got some dutch pastries at a street vendor bakery. I tried the most AMAZING pastries I think I've ever had. They are called Oliebollens and Appelflappens. Oliebollens are similar to fried dough, but in the shape of a ball and have raisins ...