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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... canals going through the city and yet they also have cars that park right on the edge of the camas, they also mentioned that at least one car goes into the canals a week. When we were making our way through the city in the boat, I noticed that some of the buildings looked like they were at an angle when they were supposed to be straight, the roof of the building looked slanted and it was hard not ...
When I first arrived in Amsterdam with my group I went to a coffee shop and bought a hash brownie which was awesome. It takes about one hour to kick in. We went to a Sex show, the people working there gave the girls a penis lolly and the boys a boob lolly. It was crazy, all we did was watch people have sex in all different types of positions, it was insane! ...
... the Twilight Zone like state.
For an afternoon delight, we selected an authentic, cozy restaurant, “Haesje Claes” Pelit. The treat? Succulent, cold, and thirst-quenching Oysters. They were just right to soothe such a humid afternoon. The Oysters were served with home-made nut bread, Spanish Red Wine, and a locally brewed Tripel- a yellow beer. “Very Dutch”- Ramsey. I do not like beer, but this honestly is the best beer I have ...
Parked up early in Voledam and caught the bus into Amsterdam. With luck on our side the driver had run out of tickets, giving us another free ride on public transport. Bonus! Strolled around the streets, walked past the Royal Place,before heading over to the Anne Frank House where we were shocked to see the line to enter went around the block making it about a 2 hour wait, (passed on that will try again tomorrow). Found a park to have our packed lunch, washing ...
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