Ibis Amsterdam City West
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... Portrait) and Vermeer (the Milkmaid), Em's favourite part of the museum was the Asian Pavillion that has a lot of sculpture, Rob's favourite things were the clocks and I think for me it was the furniture, porcelain and jewellery. Tomorrow we'll be going back to the UK to stay with Rob's cousin Debbie and her daughter Dani in North Yorkshire, but not before we spend the morning getting up to mischief during our last few hours in ...
... centre and met up with the group. Driving on the right side of the road, combined with more bikes on the road than cars, makes for a hard time walking around and crossing busy roads. We've nearly been hit by bikes a few times, and the people get very aggressive with they're bells if you're in their way! Amsterdam is absolutely beautiful. Full of gorgeous canals, flowers everywhere, cute little houses, clean streets, nice cafés and shops, and ...
... into the Red Light District of Amsterdam… wow, was that an experience! We weren't allowed to take pictures in that area (it's discouraged) but I'd never forget the sights. After weaving through some of the alleys, we got hungry. Sowmya wanted to eat at a waffle place, which for me was uncomfortably too much in the midst of all the action of the red light district. Out of principle I didn't want to eat there… so while she ate, we talked and caught ...
... Amsterdam. Picked up the boys last night from the airport
(seems like they're not very impressed with Easyjet). Good to catch up
with with Sam and Callan. Spent the evening swapping travel stories.
Today we want to do a canal cruise. Yeah I know, how touristy can you get?
But it really is the best way to see the sights of Amsterdam. Plus you can hop on/hop off anytime to explore the back streets or the ...