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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... small and I have a rolling door wall with some Dutch dude's pop art picture on it. What more could I ask for? Had shower in Europe water and had a wee nap before heading out on my own for the day.
I successfully navigated the tram to Dam Square, where all the stuffy stuff is. Note - I am very thankful that I am a transit user because it really makes understanding things easier.
Some observations from my hours of wandering the streets of ...
... a pretty place actually, minus all the people doing weed in the middle of the street and the horrid smell that it lets off. Out mini walk/tour through Amsterdam ended in the Red Light District which, let me tell you was awkward and unpleasant and I wont be going there any time soon again that's for sure. We just walked down an ally where the girls just stand behind closed glass door wearing pretty much nothing and wiggle their fingers at the boys to try and get them to come in. It ...
... century but no longer houses the Dutch royal family, but still used for receptions.
... and stilettos :(
We had talked about doing a test of the backpacks and in February John booked a surprise trip to Amsterdam for my birthday present. We arrived in Amsterdam by foot, car, bus, subway, ferry, train and foot .... by this time our shoulders were aching and it was clear that the stainless steal flasks of tea would have to go :(
Sitting in a dark, dank, cramped toilet, with no light, soap or toilet paper on over ...
... woke up not feeling so well, still suffering from his cold. I rearranged some items in our suitcase and was grossed out to find a moldy lunch that was hidden by one of the girls two weeks ago when they used my suitcase for their Girl Guides camp. Ewww, I guess it could have been worse if we hadn't found it until later.
We enjoyed morning coffee in the front room watching the city of Haarlem wake up. What an incredibly beautiful city and I was ...