Hotel De Beurs
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... to the conclusion that Amsterdam doesn't lay claim to some of the outstanding grandiose architecture of other European cities, but it's winding tree-lined canals and quaint, tall, slim buildings exude their own peculiarities welcoming one to wander, taking in whatever unfolds. Most of these buildings are listed as 'monuments' ('heritage listed), and must be maintained according to their original character. At a closer glance ...
... in). She was so lief and came back with some coffee and other household items that were missing. Her and dave hit it off immediately) Dave is such a good people person) with him offering to buy the place of her at one point. We then headed out to find some provisions, food and dinner. The reason this is an all in one post is because we didn't do hugely touristy things. Other than a wander though the red light district we mostly spent our days eating our way ...
... to remember, Friday
evenings are much cheaper and include the drinks, a novel great value way to
pre-drink for a night out!! We almost went back through for this. Whilst in the
bar we were joined by Richard a South African travelling solo, we recruited him
for another drink at Wynand Fockink, a dutch gin-makers room dating from 1679.
There is a picture on Facebook taking our liquor as the locals do by first
sipping from the glass before lifting; the drinks ...
... partaking (choosing instead to buy bottles of heineken at the bar).
The whole group then heads to the Red Light District (which is ******* amazing). The window prostitutes in Amsterdam don't have that used look that prostitutes in other places have (for the most part anyway). Then, we go to the sex show.
It's like watching live porn. I have two drinks while I'm there. During the first audience participation part, ...
... woods. We stopped off in a beautiful wooded area and I walked off into the forest, with my World War 2 folding shovel over my shoulder, toilet roll in hand. I will leave out the finer details, but the whole experience was quite wondrous. Almost certainly the most peaceful **** I've had in a long time. It is also the best for the environment. Dig a big hole under a tree, do ...