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... get our room until 12. As hungry as we were, we decided to go to a cafe for breakfast. The hotel had a free app where they give suggestions to restaurants and you can use it without wifi. We directed ourselves to a cafe along the water and had a Dutch breakfast. I had a pancake, Weston had a waffle, and Chandler and Brooke had an English breakfast. Very yummy and a good start to Amsterdam! After, we walked around and got in ...
Stumbled in from our overnight plane ride into our Amsterdam accommodation, the Passenger Ship Avanti in Amsterdam Harbour and, after a sleepless night, immediately headed for a short nap before hitting the streets of Amsterdam.
Here's a link to short clip on the boat we stayed on: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-R61iO Sqn5U)
Our hosts, Dave and Annie, are the simply the ...
... not ideal to walk in but we were not sitting in our hotel so off we go. We headed to Mikes Bikes to check out their tours. If the weather improves we will do one into the country tomorrow.
We stopped for breakfast on the way, sat in a little cafe for about 15 minutes and no one was being served so we left. We then found another cafe which was brilliant, bacon and eggs on homemade bread.
Passed the Heineken Brewery and were planning to go ...
... with some guy called Ben. He doesn't fit into the group I came with...in fact I'm not 100% sure how I ended up with him. But to give you a really nice image...at 6am as I was watching the sunrise (which still takes too long) slightly hungover, full of happy gas and high on weed holding hands with a guy called Ben. Thankfully this was the only time this has happened and I wad alert enough to know it won't be happening again. Any time soon. ...
... visit Amsterdam and come into this coffee shop.
Back to the Red Light District. As I said, prostitution is legal in Amsterdam, and the Red Light District is where it thrives. It is called the Red Light District because the red fluorescent lights indicate a room in which one could purchase a prostitute. The only thing I will say about the Red Light District is that prostitution is very much out in the open. For me, it was a weird and uncomfortable experience, as we are ...