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Wow way behind on this, made the title of this entry on July 14! K here goes on my recap of Amsterdam. We took the overnight train from Basel and arrived early after a pretty horrible sleep. We checked into our super cute Airbnb and had a great nap. Then it was time to go explore the city I have waited so long to see. We mostly walked around the canals and the red light district. We decided to go to a tourist sex show, as one does in Amsterdam. Here Cam met us, "Victoria" ...
This morning I wished my host a farewell after breakfast and tea in the garden. She told me that when she was my age, a couple in Italy hosted her like this, and that she hopes that I will some day pass it forward as well. I hope that I can do so.
I then took the bus and train to Amsterdam, where I have booked a hostel for the next two days. I should note that my backpack is getting a lot heavier after all the shopping, and I'm ...
... Also located in the part are a couple of restaurants with out door seating. Again it’s amazing to see how many people are outside socializing, drinking cold beer and the temperature is around 50 degrees.
Leidseplein was our next destination. It’s a square with out door seating for eating and drinking. It also has several shopping streets with stores selling ...
... decided to commemorate our visit with a permanent addition to one of the local canal fences. We didn't have a padlock or chain handy, so we found a bit of bicycle chain and a zip tie and fashioned our own tribute to love. Who says romance is dead!
While around us plenty of folk seemed to be enjoying the local coffee houses (as you do in the Netherlands) we opted ...
... for visitors to the city is 'The Heineken Experience' , but, after three years in Brunei, with this being one of the limited selection of tasteless mass-produced beers available at the border, I wasn't going near the place! Having googled 'Dutch craft beers', I found the Arendsnest, which offers 300+ of them, in a tasteful canal-front bar with natural wood decor, no tv screen, board games such as Scrabble & Trivial Pursuit on a shelf, ...