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... near there with a lovely old man running it who threw in some free gifts with our purchases! We then ventured to the main shopping district in Amsterdam and had a look around there, had Argentinian for lunch (into the South American foods at the moment!) and continued to wander the canals and shops after that. We also managed to quickly get to the iconic I Amsterdam sign and do some goofy photos (of course), ...
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Have been advised that today is a national day of mourning for victims of MH17 and that there will be 1 minutes silence at 1pm.
That was one very somber 5 minutes silence at Schipol, customs stood and saluted, flight gates completely closed, everything just stopped still, Everything!It was an extremely eerie yet moving moment.
... a drink before picking up Deejay. We walked around for ages and ages and somehow ended up a kilometre from home in the big square again wit heaps of pubs. We went to a place called coco's outback which had really cheap drinks. I got somethig called a Steiner which ended up being a litre of beer. The place was so busy and understaffed so it all took ages. I also got a really good veggie burger. We decided we'd come back for happy hour and tipsy ran for the tram to pick ...
A long day has just been had. Left the hotel at 8:30am and caught the train (€14.40 return each) to the Amsterdam Central station aiming to get to Anne Frank's house before the queue got too long. Despite it being before 9am and a Sunday morning it was still busy enough. We knew which tram we had to catch but the process of where you wait and how to get tickets (£5.60) had us stumped so we asked ( which we are getting good at doing!). The transport options ...