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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... prostitution is legal and regulated (prostitutes have to have a business license, pay taxes, and must get tested every 6 weeks)
-saw some wonderful churches and old buildings
-learned about the different types of buildings and rooftops of Amsterdam houses
-saw the smallest house in Amsterdam (3 storeys tall, but only as wide as a double bed)
-stood in the courtyard of the Dutch East India Trading Company
-learned about the Dutch traditional ...
... of every car and lorry we passed, as I whizzed past their bumpers and hubcaps. Never again.
I distracted myself with the egg sandwich. The packaging clearly said egg on it. I read it several times, and so it took me a moment to work out why it tasted so strange. The sandwich had clearly never been near a chicken in its life. It actually contained some slightly sweaty cheese, 2 rounds of tomato and a lot of black pepper. I mean it was edible, but unexpected.
Woke up late today..again...not adjusting to the time well yet I guess. After coffee and some Frosties (kids) we walked down to Central station to catch the Hop on Hop off bus. Going to tour the town today..first stop the Windmill for lunch. Took a walk to Dapper Market..a local secret spot for cheap shopping that they talk about on the tourist ...
... late-night train ride, exhausted morning, and fast food dinner was worth it for all that I got to see and experience.
Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed with my French friend, Jean-Pierre, by my side, I left school early on April 26th and made my way to the Eleftherios Venezelos Airport to begin my adventure. There, I met up with two teaching fellows, Anna and Ethan, and a friend of ours, John, and we made quite the mad dash to the ...
... rough guides book, in doing so we also had a quite chat to Megan and the girls on skype.
Feeling a little more refreshed however non the wiser on what to do we headed back into town for a late lunch and some more window shopping – Amsterdam is certainly an eye opener, we even found shop which sold every kind of condom you could imagine – even an elephant one!
We spent the afternoon in a coffeeshop before heading home for an early night of movie ...