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... any of the herring stalls, my excuse anyway. Did all the usual tourist things, found the red light area a bit grotty but a must see, markets were great but disappointed in the food offerings in the Leidesplein. Every second place either Italian or Argentine steak houses complete with the spruikers. Nearly got run down a millions times by either bikes or more dangerously the scooters that traverse the city in ...
... very refreshing to have another friend. After that we went for a long walk through vondelpark again; the sun was shining and dozens of groups of people were having barbecues etc. On our way there this guy on a bike yelled out to me 'ja two girls one boy ja!' Which Lia predicted would happen. We sat by a lake and watched the ducks for a long time (nothing is more fun) and taking in the sun. After that we walked back to ...
There is no place like Amsterdam. Not only does it home some of the tallest people in the world, it also is home to over 1.2 million bikes… For a population of only 800000. The flat topography of this land means that a lot of the canals that are found are constructed artificially. Although these man made canals create a beautiful city and picturesque countryside that will leave you speechless as you drive through small towns.
... do you buy as a present from Amsterdam? CHEESE! Woohoo. We bought cheese.
Our flight was scheduled for 9.40pm but due to inconsiderate weather we got delayed. If you were to be delayed anywhere, Amsterdam Schipol Airport is a good place for that, plenty of food outlets and shops to keep occupied in.
Arrived back to the UK just before midnight and finally in my own bed.
I thoroughly enjoyed Amsterdam and next time I visit will hopefully ...
... Nord is a cavernous building, and not really a welcoming space...St Pancras was much more warm and lively. Its cavernousness, if one may use that expression, had been toned down by the provision of pleasant cafes and shopping. When I walked into Gare du Nord, I had no idea what to do next, so I walked slowly down the concourse. I spotted an information booth for the train company with which I was travelling, Thalys, and enquired if I needed to book in, or go ...