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Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 15, 2014

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... of young, “burned out looking” folks walking around the Old Town area.
We enjoy seeing the uniqueness that is Amsterdam, riding through the canals, and observing what may be the bicycle capital of the world. The city has over 600,000 bicycles (nearly as many bicycles as people) and they are everywhere (filling all of the bike parking areas, throngs of people riding on the ubiquitous bike paths, all looking like a lot of fun). As a ...

Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jeanniek on Jul 15, 2014

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Arrived in Amsterdam early morning had breakfast then at 9am we got on a coach to go on a windmill tour which I found was one of my highlights of the trip just to see the countryside away from the big cities. the windmill that we went to was still working to crush rock for minerals for paint.We had a demonstration on how clogs were made.I wanted to buy some clogs as they were really comfortable but I just couldn't fit them in I think that I will have to buy a case on wheels ...

Much more than hash and the red light disrict

A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on May 21, 2014

... holland it has vey cool working industrial windmills you can go in, I learned how clogs were made explored lots of cute little shops and museums on how things would have been and ate lots of cheese at the dutch cheese place. then it was back to amsterdam to visit the dutch resistance museum eat ice cream and then eat more cheese as I went to an official cheese tasteing, the cheese is called raypener and had one big awards it did taste pretty amazing. th3n for dinner ...

A post in which I cover all of our Amsterdam trip

A travel blog entry by bakkernancy on May 16, 2014

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First can I say that we absolutely loved Amsterdam! There was something about the very relaxed and laid back atmosphere that made us think of Melbourne and Wellington. Out of all the places around the world I think it is the place we have most felt is a 'home away from home'. And I am not just saying that because I am dutch myself, as Dave felt the same way. We arrived early and Nienke our airbnb host came around to clean up after the last guests (we were there ...

Day one-of-many

A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 12, 2014

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... paths. But I don't actually know that this is true as I haven't yet one cyclist stop when someone is waiting at one of these crossings. What makes it worse is that they seem to come at you from all angles, sometimes en-masse. My head swivels at 360 degrees before every road crossing. And what makes it doubly worse is that pavements don't seem to stop at minor road junctions so you can be happily walking along absorbed in your environment and not realise that you've ...