Doria Hotel Amsterdam
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... be salt water but the construction of the flood gates and locks system the sea water has been kept out. The tour of the red light district was something different but seems to be a major tourist attraction. Local government authorities have tried to clean it up but with limited success. Our guide also gave us a history on the Dutch windmills. The example he took us to was built in 1690 and is still operational today, albeit the use of diesel and electric pumps have made them ...
... a canal boat around Amsterdam. Great way to see the city.
After the the cruise and before the Rijksmuseum (Dutch Art Museum) we took a short lunch in a nearby pizza restaurant. Good pie! After lunch we departed for the museum and spent the next three and a half hours touring the incredible Rijksmuseum. While no where near the size of the Louvre in Paris, there was plenty to see. We both enjoyed that with ...
... 8220;Bicycles are a tool, it makes life more easy, like a vacuum cleaner”-Ronald
In regards to how car-bicycle crashes in Denmark are always the fault of the driver:
“There is always a bike coming, cars should act as if there are always bicycles”-Eva
In regards to adult-sized playgrounds in Copenhagen
“We can see that adults now join kids in play”-Anna
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Spent the last day in Amsterdam with josh Sean em allysa and d'andra. Went and had a nice meal while it was thunder storming outside. Then had Nutella gelato :) After this I thought it was a good idea to get a nose pricing :/ Had a few joints then jumped on the bus to go to ...
... rubbish and public toilets – pretty chaotic.
After an hour we moored, thanked the captain and assembled near the Centraal Station. Some of the older and less adventurous in the group then jumped back on the bus and returned to the hotel, but about half of us stayed with Cam for the walking tour. We only walked around three main streets until we got to the red-light district. I’d heard of this fabled maze of streets but to actually see the women in the ...