Amsterdam House Hotel
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... shock coming back to the "busyness" of a big city, packed with people on the go.
Our tour guide also took us on a walking tour through the Red Light District. Have to feel pity for the poor girls. It had a sleazy feel about it. The guide told us that young pommy blokes come across for bucks parties on most weekend, & some don't even book into a hotel. We saw a few groups, with the buck dressed up in a costume.
After our walking tour ...
We started out with a long sail before we rode today. The weather finally calmed down enough to ride. We were let off outside of Amsterdam in two groups. The long group went out for a 28 km ride through farmland right out side of Amsterdam. Of course the rain found us again, at least it was warm. The bikes were returned to the vendor. We had an extended city walk then our final dinner with the guides. From here on we are experiencing the ...
... br> We meandered around the Jordaan area, which is a lovely historical part of the city. It has lots of one-off shops and lots of cafes. There were quite a few markets that we had a look round selling everything from dresses to traditional Dutch gourda cheese to Buddha heads. This part of town didn’t feel so touristy and the market definitely felt like the place to be with the locals! We had actually ...
... quite enjoyed the random things like jewellery collections and some amazing dollhouses from the 1600s. And Sam likes the antique pistols!
After Rijks was our timing for Anne Frank. We walked past the queue stretching around the block, rang the bell at the prebooked ticket door and walked straight in! The Anne Frank House is actually her fathers office building which is where her and her family and four others lived and hid from the nazis until ...
... in the local area around the harbor) along the canals where we learned about the housing and trade that went on here centuries ago. We were warned that shops with signs that say "Coffee Shop" in Amsterdam were NOT where you went to get a cup of coffee. It is where you go to "smoke"!
After lunch we were taken on a one hour tour of the Rijksmuseum where we focused on several 1700 century Dutch artists: Vermeer, Asseelijzn, Heda, van ...