Travel Blogs from Ijsselstein
... sense of humor that can offend any American! So funny! Known as the City of Diamonds, Amsterdam has many diamond companies that offer tours, so after about two hours of wandering through the city, we finally found the location and got to try on pretty diamond rings and learn of all the styles, cuts, colors and everything imaginable about diamonds!
... the prostitues are and they have shop windows where they just stand and they also have the "coffee houses" where they sell canabis and brownies to anyone. It was all a bit of an eye opener and you can't really describe what it is like but it is just so normal in Amsterdam that no one really pays any attention to it anymore. What was really funny was the two Americans who are 59 and 67 tried smoking some weed and they thought it ...
... wasn't what I expected, not that i really knew what to expect! But the performers were bored, or at least appeared to be! There was a little crowd involvement from both our contiki group and another group! Including stripping off the sex workers clothing, eating bananas out of a woman's vagina and at one point one of the acts was almost in the crowd. I don't think ...
... all of our accommodation apart from Cinque Terre, Killarney and Mallorca as there were limited options in these locations. We have booked an entire apartment every time apart from Dublin and Rome. It is an awesome website and so much cheaper than hotels I would definitely recommend it.We were given the keys and shown around the apartment then decided to have a shower and head into the city. By this time it was around 10pm so we caught a cab into the city to have ...
Amsterdam has been described as a large village and that's what it feels like travelling the canals, however there are about a million people here so it's not small. The canals are a great way to see the all the Art Deco styled buildings as you have timers admire them without being bowled over by a bike or car.The more time we spend here the more we like it.
Saturday morning was kicked of with an early visit to the National Museum where we ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed