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... day in Amsterdam! We went to the markets and I bought an orange shirt to wear tonight (for the football game). Next we went on a cruise of the canal with some interesting facts about the city. How the hooks at the front of each building are for hoisting goods (and now furniture) because the stairs are so steep in each house to save space (cos they're all so tall and skinny). It was cool to see the city from the perspective of the water :) even though it was raining ...
... all of sudden before us stood a largish woman in her knickers standing in a shop front window that couldn't have been any bigger than a large phone booth. I thought she was a maniquine until she moved to light a dart. We returned to the Red Light area that evening on our way back to the car and it was in full swing. The quality and quantity of the ladies standing in shop front windows had doubled along with the possible ...
... a plain pair of wooden clogs. He engraves the top of them with a unique design or pattern. He then presents them to his girlfriend. If she accepts them, they are officially engaged to be married. A lot cheaper than a ring, but a lot more work!! Both Tiff and Chloé found some clogs that they loved. They can't wait to get home to wear them while working in Grammie's garden :)
By the time we got back to Amsterdam it was just after 8 o'clock at ...
... Apparently we are both blanket hogs and this should be a lesson I take home with me.
It was day 2 in Amsterdam and we were better prepared. We had warm clothes, but luckily the forecast was better than the day before, comfortable shoes and our train tickets to get downtown. Our first stop was to find some food. We took our time looking for a place to eat and walked around the canal area. Since it was sunny, it was much warmer and must more pleasant to ...
... if they are along or have significant others. We were so tired that it required the utmost effort to get ourselves moving just to go out to dinner. We went to a recommended Thai restaurant, appropriately named "Thai Food". After we finished dinner at 10:30 pm, we explored the "Red Light District". The last time I was here was 47 years ago. Most of the women were fairly young, but I think a few were still left over from my ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBickersBed Guestrooms Amsterdam
Awesome little place to call home whilst exploring the streets and sights of Amsterdam.
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