BEST WESTERN Hotel Petit
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... people and good food. I cycled out to Keukenhof tulip park in the afternoon, 7 million tulips make for an explosion of colour and smells (and sneezing). Then I biked the last 20km to Amsterdam airport, ditched my bike, and I'm flying home now. I'm bringing chocolates, I can't guarantee they will last long ...
... The local hood is charming but little was open on Sunday till 12. Again, every culture has it worked out but us. Why do we do the 9-5?
There are cafés and restaurants all around us. The famous Albert Cuypmarkt is a minutes walk away. Here we can buy fresh produce, a Mario bag for Max, clothes, shoes and Dutch pancakes...everyone is a winner here.
The boutiques are chic but not up themselves. The locals take their dogs ...
... spoiled for choice. The Red Light District is the attraction Amsterdam is the noted attraction, however you really only spend an hour - it is not that exciting. Plus the drifting smell of pot is annoying after a short time. The real attractions are off the main streets. You can tour an original high-class brothel, eat delicious food, visit one of the classier performance shows, or ...
... After the 3.5 hour ride we were starving so we stopped at a small cafe close by where the simple food was fantastic! With three hours to kill before our canal tour, we headed to the only place we knew had wifi and could be a safe (marijuana-less) hang out spot- Starbucks. Btw- my iced white mocha was fantastic. After about an hour we grew tired of our phones and started to walk towards Centraal station which is close to where ...
... The Red Light District, The Jewish Quarter, Royal Palace, The Jordaan District, The Anne Frank House (the outside), The Dutch East India Company, The Begijnhof Convent, Masterpieces of Dutch Art, a Cheese Tasting, The Widest Bridge and Narrowest House! Amsterdam is beautiful, old crooked houses, canals everywhere and beautiful greenery everywhere. Monday 19th - this morning we went to the biggest street market in Amsterdam, the Albert Cuyp market. Full of all sorts, fresh ...