Blue Moon Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam
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... that drove the Dutch in the 70s. Cars, however, are a very integral part of our cultural fabric.
Basically, we get strong progressive leaders in office, or we convince a ton of moms and dads (who currently shop at Costco and Walmart and live 10-20 miles away from work) that cycling-oriented communities are more desirable than cars. Alright... this is actually not a dichotomy, we can do both. But for now, it may be that ...
... to see the main sites and eat our share of delicious bread, onion soup, fries and of course pastries. We loved the bread (and desserts) so much that we packed extra to take with us on our train to Barcelona.
The past few weeks in Europe have been awesome with so many different sites, cuisines, and cultures. Its hard to sum it all up in a few short paragraphs, but it was time to say au revoir to ole' Paris and hola to Espaņa.
1. The concept ...
... the plane is boarding one and a half hours before its scheduled to take off. So we skipped the coffees and when we arrived at the gate, we were reminded why they board so early. At the gate, you stand in line, meet with a person who goes over your passports in a mini interview, go through security (where you take almost everything out of your backpacks), then arrive in the waiting area, where there is a bathroom but no drinks or food. In ...
... that night to get some nice Italian dinner and then explored the city, particularly the Red Light District.
For those of you who may not know, the Red Light District is home to quite a few...different things than what you would see in most other parts of the world. Women could be found at doors trying to sell sex to those walking by (on several occasions the women would knock on the glass to try and get our attention). It was way different from anything I had ...
... if it's legal then the workers have rights like any other profession and if something is happening that isn't right then at least they can go to the police and have the protection of the law. It sure beats the sex slave/trafficking industry that is rampant in other parts of the world. It was eye opening walking through the streets lined with windows, red lights shining and sexy ladies winking. We learnt a couple of fun facts on the tour: the ladies will pay ...