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... and find a way to rent a boat. So worth it.
Our next stop was to Vleminckx, the best pomme frites (double fried french fries in animal fat) in the city. Sounds dirty, but they were great. We then headed up to 360 cafe that offered the best, maybe only, entire views of the city. I don't have any other pictures following this and here's why... The Red Light District.
Now this place is BIZARRE. Women, drugs, prostitution. It's ...
... but significantly more amused, we all burst out laughing as the sounds continued, providing our family with a bit of appreciated comic relief, that we will most assuredly laugh about many years from now. In the end, we were told to “put the money...” (which was a total of 2 euros 50) “…into the mailbox.” Thank you so much for that assistance. Firstly, there is no mailbox. Secondly, how will you know if we have put it there. Both of these concerns ...
Amsterdam day 2
We woke at 7:30am and quickly decided to grab some breakfast from a cafe and then get our morning workout in, we were planning to walk and then grab a day pass from a local gym.
So by the time we got into town it was close to 8:30am.... And nothing was open - no cafes and we were so hungry, we asked a local who informed us at this time it was only coffee and pastries so we reluctantly settled ...
... grew their country. They would build a dike and drain the land with canals diverting the water and with windmills acting as pumps. Land reclaimed from the sea is called a polder. 27% of the country is actually below sea level. Because they worked section by section creating new districts this is why the country is a series of dikes and canals. Although it is very beautiful, they still have to be mindful to carefully control water levels and maintain ...
... tree! Turns out they’re ring-necked parakeets, living ferally far north of their historical range.
Spent some more time in the Rijksmuseum, having not had enough last trip. Many masterpieces there. Also visited the interesting Dutch Resistance Museum, a couple of canal houses and Nieuwe Kerk (new church), where the World Press Photo competition photographs were being exhibited. Amazing work! Had an informative tour of a social-housing ...