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... and how to read the directions, and mentally prepare that we will get rained on. The great news is that there was no rain while on our bikes, and the scenery and fellow riders were wonderful. Lunch was at a quaint lovely restaurant that we rode our bikes to- lovely panini and salad. The afternoon ride included riding through the dunes which was a beautiful landscape. ...
Today was a simpler day in terms of structure and also happened to be incredibly hot and humid. We headed over to the local street market, which is a permanent set up of tents offering everything from 'spicy scarves' to cheese to XXXXXXXXXL sweaters six days a week. After obtaining a few selected purchases, we all dispersed throughout the city; to churches museums or other stores all around Amsterdam.
In the evening we met up, with ...
... sit in the windows, which was actually quite weird. I now feel like I know more facts about prostitutes than a normal person should.
That same day Erin and I went to the Heineken brewery which was very cool and just as interesting as the Jameson Distillery. I never knew that Heineken was a Dutch beer until then. That night we went out to the red light district again with some people we had met at the hotel. It was very interesting seeing the ...
... around the city a bit to get our bearings and check out what the city was all about. We found a store that sold all American products like peanut butter, Hershey bars, Reese's and everything in between! Unfortunately it was extremely expensive and I had no room in my luggage to fit any food. I loved one shop in particular which sold the wooden clogs that Holland is known for. After looking around we headed to a Mexican restaurant for dinner and ...
By Paul We popped into Amsterdam for a night and stayed in a hostel next to a massive park called Vondelpark. It was a great spot, with a bit of nightlife nearby. Not the sort Amsterdam is famous for, ie. with red lights in the window. We found a blues bar that night, with a band that played some swinging blues. The lead guitarist did that thing where he keeps playing ...