Hotel De Koepoort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... took a boat ride on the canals, I clearly have a lot of influence on my wife's decisions. It was okay, better than the disaster of Paris, but not something I would do again. I was in the sun for most of the 75 minutes without much wind, so I was sweating. However, Robyn liked it and took many pictures of which I have uploaded a couple. I did learn a few facts about Amsterdam on ...
Day 2 - Woke up extra early to take advantage of our last full day in Amsterdam. As soon as we got to the City Center, we started off by taking a canal tour around the city. It was about an hour long and so worth it! Who knew that Amsterdam had so much history and SO many canals. Over 165 canals with so many water houses. I loved every moment of it. The hour long tour was great I totally recommend. Our next site to see was the ...
... allowed, and should only be consumed in certain designated public areas) and the cafes even have it and various cakes including the varieties on the menu! They also have seed shops selling only the best varieties to grow your own. The cars in many European countries are small, but I think we saw the smallest here in Amsterdam as streets are so tight... See the photo of the red beast... Overall, loved Amsterdam and will definitely be back to explore this unique city ...
My first impression of Amsterdam was "typical old european city" with its cobblestone streets and wind.ing alley ways. But upon exploring these backstreets and alleys further we stumbled into Amsterdam's red light district. You might think we would have taken a hint after passing "the Sex-museum" or even the multiple "happy-time stores", displaying in their windows ...
Today Bart took us to a great Museum about an hour from his house. It is a museum that I can explain to you in comparison to Colonial Williamsburg or Old Bedford Village. We had to once we arrived there take a short ferry to the museum. The museum was a fun day. The museum was completed in 1983 and it recreates a village of small houses from all over the IJsselmeer region ...