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Travel Blogs from Haarlem
I leave for Amsterdam tomorrow, but since the train there is only about half an hour, I figure that I can have one last wander through Utrecht tomorrow morning. Today I decided to go to Haarlem, although, as with many of the towns that I've been visiting, I just went because I could, not because I had any specific plans. I downloaded a tourist map onto my iPod and off I went, marching straight into a huge market in the Grote Markt upon my arrival. ...
... the average session only lasts for 6 minutes!! They are 'professionals' after all!
The red light district itself is split up into different types of hookers. There's an alley for big mammas, s & m, attractive women, older women etc etc. In one part of the district there is a kindergarten and the children who attend the school think that the women are selling their kisses. So very innocent.
After the red light district ...
... canals going through the city and yet they also have cars that park right on the edge of the camas, they also mentioned that at least one car goes into the canals a week. When we were making our way through the city in the boat, I noticed that some of the buildings looked like they were at an angle when they were supposed to be straight, the roof of the building looked slanted and it was hard not ...
And yes, we have actually had a little rain at last. What an amazing European summer we have had- over two months before we got any rain!
Despite being September tomorrow, it’s still warm during the day when sunny- around 22-25c although down to around 13c at night.
... sign, presumably to re-live the museum tour at home with their friends.
Other European Fun
German Pillows - They look enormous, but as soon as you put your head on them they collapse like they've been deflated and you need to double them over to get a decent nights sleep. It's an outrage.
UNESCO - Everywhere we've visited seems to have a town centre that's a UNESCO World Hertage site, they had these awards out like candy apparently.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsStayokay Haarlem
This was my first visit to a Stayokay in Holland. The service was friendly, the place was clean, cheap and accommodating. I would reccommend this to anyone. Plus the fact that they have free wifi and a bar was an awesome bonus. Oh, and bike storage!!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.