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You can definitely tell the difference between those that went out last night and those that didn't. A few people are greening out from smoking too much or Being a first time smoker last night. And others are keen to hit the cafes again during their free time that we have today. But before we went back into the town, we went to a clog and cheese factory 20 minutes down the road. The guy who did the clog making demonstration was quite funny and he made the base of a ...
... at the Heineken brewery. Even if
you don’t like Heineken or beer in general, it is definitely worth going- it
was the highlight of our time in Amsterdam. The tour is fun and highly
interactive. It features a ride where you are “brewed”, people walking around
giving out traditional Dutch food, history of the company told through funny
videos, PS3 set ups, a DJ games and the Heineken horses (which you can’t
actually pat L ). Best of all, ...
... quick wander then stopped in a little pancake house. We had a cheese, ham and mushroom crepe and a drink. Nom nom! It was just what we needed, then off we went to Anne Franks house. Mum had been before, but it was my first visit. I found it really interesting and couldn't believe how long they managed to stay in such a small space with so many people in it. The fact that people stayed so quiet while walking round the rooms added to the ...
From the outset, we have to say that Amsterdam is the dirtiest and most unkempt European city we have been in. Cigarette butts everywhere, papers blowing all over the place, rubbish overflowing from bins and just left in gutters. The place is really giving Cairo a run for its money !
Many alternate types in 1960s garb floating around the place with pony tails, sandals and pantaloons. The sweet smell of marijuana in the air.
... coffeeshops. When I heard about them before this trip I thought it was a joke and it couldn't be true. Oh it's true. And real. But I really doubt they sell a lot of coffee. We made our way to the red light district. And we learned a valuable lesson... Don't go in the day. Apparently they only send the chubbers out for the day shift. Dan was disappointed. Hahahahah On our journey home we passed by the science museum which had a cool rooftop with what looked like a ...