Aemstelhuys Bed & Breakfast
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... freedom and personal responsibility. Day 2 - We did a lovely bike tour through the city and learned a lot. Sean's favorite part of the bike tour was biking along a bike path that goes in and under Amsterdam's largest and most famous art museum. We walked through the "Red Light District". It actually was more tame than expected. New Orleans outdoes Amsterdam for craziness. On the way back to our hotel, the light from the streets bounced beautifully off of the water in the ...
... had one mission this afternoon: go shopping.
You see, when I was here the first time I checked out a store full of pop culture clothing, including a Sonic the Hedgehog hat that caught my eye. Since it was still the first week I was being frugal and restrained myself from buying anything, but that store always stuck in my mind. Now that I'm back, it was my first destination.
It turns ...
... Also in the past they didn't have house numbers so each house has a different gable which is what they used to tell the buildings apart. We got back on the boat and headed to the city centre and walked through a flower market some stalls had cannabis seeds and starter packs for sale as it is illegal in NZ but not here!! From here we went to Madame Tussaud's wax museum. Inside we saw some life size wax ...
... hostel (and a very crowded smoke room...) which was fun because we got to meet a ton of people at the bar. We met up with the guys we met in Dublin which was cool because we had a big group to go out with. After the night was over (around 4am...still no sleep) we headed up to our bunks. We had 4 British guys rooming with us, who to say the least we woke up every night we got back late, and every morning we got up early.
Pretty funny though because at 8am the ...
Last night we had dinner at the Marriott's Restaurant The Midtown Grill. The meal and service were first class.
We went to bed early to catch up on some much needed sleep. In the morning we enjoyed a beautiful buffet breakfast.
We had pre purchased tickets to the Anne Frank Museum on line to avoid queuing. We are so glad we did as the line up was unbelievable. The Museum was very interesting and a must see attraction if visiting Amsterdam. After ...