Aae Amsterdam Youth Hostel Inn
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... claustrophobic for me...too many people trying to get through a narrow entry and then you have the hookers in the windows trying to get business it was way too narrow...the prostitutes in the window are at street level so you are walking past them...finished of the day with a home cooked dutch meal of red cabbage, meat balls and potatoes and now for a few glasses of ...
We are at the end of our 850 km+ journey, having reached Amsterdam, our disembarkation port. We do not leave the ship until tomorrow morning so we have one day to explore the city. Greater Amsterdam has a population of about 1.2 million people, and probably twice that number of bicycles. They are everywhere; they are aggressive and they feel they own the road. Sounds like Seattle bikers to me. There are more bicycles in Amsterdam than cars. Our ...
... from Manchester...but didn't know the name, soI just yelled out 'hey Manchester'), I moved out of the comfort zone.
I.e i went on public streets.
I have a question and there is no prize for anyone who can answer this...HOW DO PEOPLE RIDE BIKES AND TEXT AT THE SAME TIME AND NOT DIE????
I had to use every bit of concentration I had to avoid being hit by a tram!!!
Which would you know...I successfully managed by the hairs on my arm ...
... also whilst constantly talking about Foxcatcher and watching trailers, "how good's John du pondt"!
Then we were off to hit some bars, more Heineken! That'll fix that hangover, it worked.
We then met up with Todd and it was off to our first weed experience. We picked up our first space cake from this place yellow mellow. Tod wanted to take us to this sick little place in the red light district, we we sat waiting for it to kick in. It did and it was gooood! Just ...
Amsterdam Day 2
Today was our last day in Amsterdam, and we saved (arguably by some!) the best parts of the city for last. Erik and I slept in until 11:00am today, which was really nice since we are feeling so beat up! Our check-out time was 11:30, so we packed up and headed to the restaurant downstairs for brunch. Although many people here speak English, it is heavily accented in Dutch which is pretty interesting to hear! Erik had a dutch-style burger and I ...