Hampshire Hotel - 108 Meerdervoort
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... to keep it going is the sale of marijuana to the mindless hoardes that pour into the city with no other purpose than to "get ripped man". Everyone was walking around red eyed and with idiot half grins on their stupid dip*********s. I've never wanted to punch more people more often than I did in Amsterdam. I'd rather spend a week in Venice than an hour in Amsterdam. As for The Hague, I'm not sure what to say about that. It rained for the whole time we were there, and when it wasn't ...
... beautifully sealed cycle paths! The health of this population would be amazing! Also pure heaven for cycle tourists like us-although we did struggle with a chilly head wind for most of the day, which was quite tiring.
We finally turned in for the night at one of the many campsites along the coastline at a place called Flushing. Quite a ritzy campground at $56 a night, but at least the showers were hot & free flowing. Next morning, our friendly ...
... it was time for Van Gogh. Skipping the still huge line, we made our way into the museum, greeted by some thumping club tunes and a lively atmosphere, art after dark? Lots of famous paintings to see, self portraits, almond blossom, poppies, and the bedroom, disappointingly, no sun flowers as they were on tour... That's twice we've missed that painting, just means more Van Gogh in the future. The exhibit was excellent, albeit busy, ...
... Square (Grote Markt). We were delighted to see merchants setting up for the Saturday Market, just as they had for hundreds of years on this very spot. We cased the vendors, sampled some Stoop Waffels (round waffles with built in syrup) then walked down some narrow cobblestone streets. We found a baby and dormant red light district, with a flicked off red flourestent in a bay window with a pair of silver sparkly 10 inch spiked lady shoes between the glass and the closed curtain. ...
... closed "pour vacances" so I wandered up to Rembrandt Square and found a pub that looked promising; sat down and ordered, THEN looked it up on Tripadvisor (yes, I know, silly, but Gray wasn't available to chat and everyone else was asleep on the other side of the world) and found people making complaints about the mice they had seen running out of the kitchen. However, when it came, my mouseburger was delicious and I suffered no ill effects so all was well.