The Vondelpark Suites
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... gardens enjoying the sun. We made ourselves dinner with some new groceries and the leftovers from lunch (again sneakily in the TV room of the hostel). As nightfall came we took to the Red Light District to see the more infamous side of Amsterdam. Watching the groups of guys giggle like teenagers while walking by the ladies in the windows was pretty funny. Maggie was slightly confused why everything wasn't red, and I was definitely ...
... I left I met up with Paul Taylor who just happened to be near Amsterdam for a couple of days. So went back and picked up Deb, and then had a nice dinner at an Argentinian restaurant, and then headed for the red light district. Wow was that an eye opener! We went to the the Red Light Secrets museum, and that had a lot of interesting information as well as some pretty sad stories. We took a quiz on what we had learned, cost would be 50 euros plus, time around 6 minutes, girls ...
... and has resided here ever since. The apartment is decorated and furnished in a contemporary style, and has appeared in several publications on account of its special status as a canal loft home.
This evening, Chef Dee surprised us with a salad, pasta and sausage feast, which was delicious. Tomorrow we may opt for one of the canal cruises, weather permitting; or perhaps try and visit the Anne Frank museum.
Yeah I like Amsterdam a lot. Everyone we met on our way here told us we would love it. They were correct.
Unique in being so progressive with its legalization of marijuana and prostitution, it just has a very different vibe. The people here seem very happy on their speedy little bicycles because the way things are here works well for them. I think that's great.
The canals are everywhere and are ...
... Cathedral has spires reaching 500 ft. high. After lunch stop still in Germany, saw a massive open cut coal mine. There are at least 4 power stations in the near vicinity. Lots of market gardens- roses, veges, marigolds, topiaried trees. Crossed into The Netherlands and immediately recognised the distinctive Dutch countryside. It's all very flat, most is below sea level so there are canals everywhere to drain the fields. Arrived at ...