Residence de Passage

Nieuwendijk 224, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012, Netherlands | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Day 13: Smakelijk! nomnom

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee


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We walked around some more and checked out some shops before going to dinner at the pancake bakery. I had a french onion soup with some local dutch cheese + a classic chicken and cheese savory pancake. It was quite a nice meal and not unreasonably priced. Will have to come back and try the sweet ones. Maybe the morning before we leave.

We wanted to walk back through the red light district ...


A travel blog entry by leleeucf

... that Domi generously offered to pay for :*
Went to the red light district, the girls were a lot prettier than I thought they'd be ;)
Had tea at a really cute restaurant
And got to go up and down the canal

Overall it was a great day in Amsterdam, and yes I think a day is enough to get the 'essence' of Amsterdam
I obviously didn't do any of the crazy things like go to a sex show, or smoke weed or get drunk..but whatever, it was still awesome!

Amsterdam to Frankfurt then onto Basel

A travel blog entry by ianwendyb


... At 11: 49we headed back towards Anhein..then at 11:55 we turned again and are now going towards Cologne On that section we also went through a tunnel at 185 kmph and it took 85 seconds to exit. The very fast train is now 24 minutes line, another line malfunction on the way to Oberhausen..we only have 20 mins in Frankfurt to change trains to Basel. Hooray...the fast train just lived up to its name and made up most of the delay ...

The cruise begins

A travel blog entry by rose60


... 15 minutes.

  • The Dutch way of 'looking through your fingers' means turning a blind eye. As long as an individual does not hurt anyone, is quiet and is good for business, then the Dutch are OK with it.
  • Dutch buildings lean sideways and to the front. Leaning to the front means that lifting furniture up using the pulleys on the front of the house give more room for maneuverability. Leaning sideways is bad news, it means the building is ...

  • London to Amsterdam.

    A travel blog entry by reneepetaaa


    ... wasn't what I expected, not that i really knew what to expect! But the performers were bored, or at least appeared to be! There was a little crowd involvement from both our contiki group and another group! Including stripping off the sex workers clothing, eating bananas out of a woman's vagina and at one point one of the acts was almost in the crowd. I don't think ...

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