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... in their native countries. My sister, friends, and I did not take part in the activities, but it was quite fascinating seeing how well the Dutch government has allowed for it to become a part of daily life, other cities need to take note. Amsterdam was just quite a fun, relaxing city. Much smaller than I had imagined, which worked out quite well with not having to walk too much in the cold and rain. This is definitely a city which I hope to visit again, especially in the summer! ...
... Intercity 3. Walked 30 minutes to a METRO and eventually took a train to the correct Zuid station 4. Took Bus 90 to Kinderdjik taking roughly 50 minutes PHEW! Finally got there and man was it worth it. The windmills are really as stunning as these seem in photos. We rented bikes for 2.5 Euros each and rode around the site surrounded by rivers, windmills and farmland. It came as a real surprise to us that people actually live in the windmills - they really are just a ...
Hannah chose Amsterdam as one of the stops on our trip but I hadn't personally really given it much thought as a destination prior to planning this trip. As it got closer to our trip people would ask where we were going and every time I told someone that we were going to Amsterdam I received the same response "I love Amsterdam" which made us all very curious about this city and what our time here would be like.
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... nervous in cars now, especially in Europe and these guys didn't help!!
Now to the good stuff. We decided to book some tours - an historical walking tour, a tour of the red light district and a day trip out of Amsterdam to see windmills, clog making and Edam - where the cheese is named after, but not where it's made.
We had a very interesting guide for the walking tour. He explained to us that there were ...
... I will put earplugs on my shopping list today. After studying our map carefully we set off early to see Anne Frank's house as the queue would be very long even though it was not summer yet. It was Easter weekend however. After travelling south for a while in the tram we decided it was looking more urban than old city and canals. We hopped off the tram and crossed the road and caught a tram in the right direction and got off at Dam square and walked ...