Apollofirst - Hampshire Classic
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... District. (All we did was walk through this section, it was safe, and was just a cultural experience of Amsterdam.) Background: in Amsterdam, prostitution is legal, and this is the "district" illuminated with red lights, that is a pretty big nightspot for tourists. (That's all I'm going to say, but you can do your own research about this area of Amsterdam culture.) Shortly through our walkthrough, we went back to the hostel to get some much needed sleep. ...
... would not have been complete without a visit to a coffee shop to see our old friend Mary Jane. And after seeing a sex show, I was slightly scarred and needed to numb my mind and memory from what I had just experienced. A visit to Amsterdam wouldn't be complete without a visit to the sex museum. This was the weirdest museum I have ever been to. Imagine photos of every sex position and any sexual encounter you can think of, that's what this was. I went alone as well. ...
... the train station. Once again, we forget that we really only need to show up about 5 minutes before the train leaves. Meaning, we got their 30 minutes early so had to find a cappuccino to pass the time. Luckily, there were several options and we were able to relax before hitting the train.
The trains were uneventful and once we arrived at Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam) we checked into ...
... and then walked through the streets, past many quaint homes to the main "tourist drag". Here we went to the Volendam Cheese Factory to learn about traditional Dutch cheese making. We then had an hour to "wonder at leisure". We walked the part of the street facing the lake, viewed the fishing boats and then found a café/pub/restaurant to have something to eat.
The next part of the tour was a ferry ride to the ...
... Indy Pendent decided the museum had a great echo so she walked around to every corner of the place making a "gaw!" sound to test the best spot for the loudest echo. After a few dirty looks we decided we had probably bitten off more than we could chew. We did manage to see some really cool stuff in a short time though - some Van Gogh artwork, Napoleons gun, some beautiful jewellery and elaborate silverware. Antiques roadshow would have a field day in there! ...