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... t-shirts which seem to attract controversy wherever we go. Once night time falls we head to the infamous 'red light district' which is considerably smaller than I remember due to being reduced in size to weed out that pesky problem of stolen girls and illegal prostitution. We see some attractive girls and some not so attractive, skanky looking ones. We get up to some mischief and call it a late night. (Melissa). Amsterdam is a dirty, filthy, sleazy shithole of a city. The only thing ...
... amp; clothes for the girls. She must have felt sorry for these poor deprived cycling children with limited wardrobes!
The day followed with some idyllic cycling along tree-lined canals, soon crossing over into The Netherlands. I think it's a pretty well known fact that Holland is perfect for cycling because of it's flat terrain & the Dutch have certainly used this fact to their advantage! Never before I have seen so many people aged between 60-80 out ...
... this weekend was insanely busy so we couldn't get In until 7pm. Instead, we headed over to the De Pijps district, recommended by our hosts. This area has lots of wonderful shops as well as a very large market. We wandered and explored the area, picking up some cheese, bread, and fresh tomatoes to make a delicious afternoon snack. We ate this huddled on a bench in Vondel park, in denial of the wind, cold, and light rain. After some ...
We took the tram on a cool foggy a.m to Central Station. The streets at 8:15 am were bare, it being a Saturday. We quickly got tickets for an intercity train to the town of Haarlem, about 20 min. west of Amsterdam. Most of the town core looks as it did 700 years ago in Medieval times. It is authentic and less tourist infested and has a warm vibe. The Haarlem Borough of NYC is named after this town. It took us 10 min. to walk from the train station, one of Europe's oldest, to ...
... a series of wonderful portraits... The shop sells some very high quality, hand-made prints - the lady explained to me how, apparently, they can create more plates (but only about fifty) off the original, and then use those. My absolutely favourite, however, was only available as a cheap commercial print - but then I only had to pay 5 Euros for it.
In the evening I attempted to eat at another of Mary's recommendations, a French place, only to ...