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Welcome to my Europe travel blog. My journey started on Sunday as I began my flight adventures to Amsterdam. There was the cutest baby on my flight to London, she didn't cry once! She was six months old and had huge brown eyes and greatly enjoyed peek a boo ... Or any attention for that matter. Next I learned an invaluable lesson, one does not need a 7 hour layover when changing terminals at Heathrow.
Shortly after getting off my tram and trying to find ...
... went around so weren't too annoying past the first 20 minutes. We were taken over all the different parts of Amsterdam to see how it grew over the centuries. We learned about the shipping, which gave rise to the distinctive houses that used to be warehouses, the house boats (which are everywhere...there is a cap on numbers so they are quite highly prized pieces of real estate), the canals, the walls and everything in between. Obviously biking you can cover more distance, so we went ...
After a mostly up eventful flight from Toronto to Amsterdam it was time to explore in my 9 hour lay over. After asking a few questions I found where to check my second bag, bought a train ticket and was on my way to Amsterdam. I ended up sitting with two Canadian guys on the train and the one was on exchange. I was tempted to ask where they were from but since they were a bit douchy I just eavesdropped and used them to know when to ...
... something random and off menu from the rather busy waiter (who spoke perfectly good English to us), informed the waiter that he "should speak better English". The waiter replied "No sir, you should speak better French" and promptly walked off, leaving the American to storm out of the restaurant, completely forgetting his wife, who stayed and had a nice salad without him.
As we've travelled across Europe we've been able to sample a number ...
... thought it was going to be. All the women are behind glass doors and they are identified by the red lights. They are scantily clad and not shy about knocking on the windows to get your attention. However, they will not harass you and will not follow you down the street. Because prostitution is legal, the brothels are closely regulated. This is not to say that Jeremy and I agree with what we saw going on, just that there was never any fear of what ...