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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... being played, and they even had a steam organ at the entrance and that wasn't playing it! In the evening we checked out the red light district. It was really busy with more of a Blackpool vibe than a sleazy soho feel. There were quite a few different lights on display, from the basic kind of firelight bulb - some with shades, through to neon, led and even strip lights. The lights were quite impressive though, in fact better than I expected and I wouldn't have minded turning on one of ...
... that there would be no way of getting out of there without smelling like a BBQ pit...oh well! The Food Soul Fest was truly a delight to the senses! The food trucks all had unique personalities, food & decor, the DJ was spinning Motown records from a antique looking tractor, and the crowd consisted of an eclectic, diverse mix of people that seemed to be thoroughly enjoying themselves (and the scenery). I ended up getting a cheese plate for the group and ...
... spent 100 euro on it but anyway it's one of those things you dint know up til you go! It was funny when we left the show there was a girl out the front smoking a cigarette and after we walked passed jason whispered to me "I'm pretty sure that was the girl that shoved a dildo up her **** 10 minutes ago" hahahaha I laughed so hard and we both said how people look so different when they are wearing clothes hahahaha we couldn't stop ...
... in your hands. Next, we headed over to the Jordaan district to get some food. According to the boat cruise the Hordaan used to be where all the "Smith" workers resided, but now it is hipster central. On our way we stopped at the cheese museum. I'd hardly call it a museum. More like a store with samples and a few fun facts. We grabbed a drink at a local bar and then had pizza at a woodfired pizza place. Really good ...
... was still crowded. Everybody in the Netherlands is a futbal fan! We had a couple rounds there and then we had to leave to make our booking at Door 74, a semi-exclusive bar where you have to call ahead to gain entrance. Victoria and I had both worn big girl shoes that night instead of the logical choice, flats, and I spent the whole walk worried about trapping my heel in a cobble and ruining my favorite Coach shoes. I got them for a ...