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Today was our first proper day in Amsterdam. Dianne and I woke bright and early so we could catch a ten o'clock free walking tour. However we got delayed at the hostel trying to squeeze into a very popular bike tour for Tuesday and waiting for our free hot breakfast of eggs, cheese and ham on toast. We were successful on both accounts but …
... sugar on them. Appelflappens are larger doughy pastries with warm apples inside. They were super cheap too, so I had them two days in a row! If I ever go back to the Netherlands I will make sure I buy it again.
While walking around the city we came across the Hard Rock Cafe in Amsterdam. It's really funny how I can never seem to escape Hard Rock Cafes while abroad. We checked out inside and it was the least interesting of the Hard Rocks I have visited, ...
... the Red Light District and decided (along with all of the other tourists) to venture in for a look. This is certainly a unique part of the city and after a quick walk up and down a few of the alleys Bree and I decided we had seen enough. Truly unlike anything you can see anywhere else in the world we are definitely glad we experienced it on our trip. It was interesting to see the rows of windows with the girls behind them and even more interesting to see the ...
... s tastes: girls (both big and small), men, transvestites, and people specialising in sexual torture and other weird things haha. It was definitely an eye opening experience! It was hilarious seeing men come out of the girls’ rooms on the main strip, they all looked like they’d been caught doing something wrong ha.
We headed back to the hostel after that for a night of peaceful sleep, thank god for that.
The next day was our last, ...
... at a dingy little brown bar just around the corner from the Heineken experience museum. He was so friendly and chatty, and had lived in Australia for a year and was madly in love with all things Oz! We had a great chat and he recommended a fantastic and cheap restaurant for us which we ended up going to twice during our stay! It was so good we went back to thank him after the first time!
Not having had time for that much research and being tired of ...