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In amongst all the tales of sordid streets and ladies of the night, nobody ever really told me about how beautiful Amsterdam truly is. The network of canals that run through the city like a weave of glistening sapphires provide idyllic backdrops at every corner. A tour on these canals will cost you in the region of €15 and is undoubtedly the best way to see ...
... vondel park and generally strolled around the city. Sanjeev is of Indian origin whose family settled in Suriname centuries ago. It was good to taste Surinamese food for lunch. We both enjoyed it thoroughly. Later in the evening, we just took a stroll along the Red Light district and since both of us found it a bit uncomfortable, did not stay longer. For those of you who are curious, I ...
... we walked around the area. we walked to a science museum called Nemo which is a giant ship shaped building, then around the library and a few other museums.
We then went to get some waffles. they were yum.
Once we were full we went back to the hostel to pack up and get ready for the next day where we move to Belgium.
We went to a french place for dinner where we got loser. This was delish.
... font-family: monospace;">-called it quits for the night and just took metro back to hotel and bed. A big day out and a good one.
Sat Jul 26
-up by 5 again, but such is jet lag. Get our bikes today which should be exciting.
-headed out early to ...
... my bike to the country side. Regardless I snapped a few pictures of the incredible building the museum is housed in, which re opened last year after 10 years of restorative renovations.
I wandered a bit through town slowly making my way to the Anne Frank house. I arrived at 5:45 hoping the line would have shrunk due to the proximity of dinner time. Not sure how shrunk it was as I waited 45 minutes but with complimentary WiFi from the museum, so nice ...