Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Het Witte Huis
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... legitimate as the store sold lotions, but I am not that adventurous. The town is a bit of a maze to walk among all the people, the bike riders (no one wheres helmets here), and the cars. So I was able to see many of the canals and some of the major buildings - even was graced with a rainbow. Tomorrow I will be checking out some of the sites starting with the Anne Frank ...
... area of the city. Since the city was for the longest time the largest harbor in the world, it was only going to be as functional as its waterways. That is why the series of canals were created. The design is quite practical; three concentric, semicircular canals surrounded the main harbor (now Central Station). They include the Herengracht, Keizersgracht, and Prinsengracht, and all were surrounded by houses lining the canals housing merchants ...
... time in the city to find lunch and a recommended scavenger hunt to do if we had time before we were supposed to meet at the Anne Frank house. It took us a while to find a place for lunch, but we found a nice cafe. After that, we completed as much of the scavenger hunt as we could. The places on the scavenger hunt were Dam Square, which is the main city center and also houses the national monument. Close to that was the Condomerie, which was the first specialty condom ...
... to carry our suitcases up and down stairs at every stop. We finally mad it into Amsterdam around 6:00. We had a great dinner at a restaurant by our hotel (where I finally had mussels) then we headed out to explore the city. Without realizing it, we wandered into the Red-light District. It actually wasn't too bad in the area where we were at. We then went to ...
... for chocolate and waffles! The waffles however, were ordinary and a total disappointment. Next we got into Amsterdam! We quickly got ready and headed into the red light district for a tour. It was...something else, to say the least. There are almost one thousand windows and plenty in use (the curtain was closed). When the curtain was closed, don't come a knocking, so to speak. After the tour we went to a bar ...