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... deals!). It seemed like a shame to be heading home so early in the night when you're in Amsterdam, but being in bed watching tv (what a novelty) is exactly the kinda mood I'm in today. The ice bar would be fun, and good value for money, where for around €18 you get entry and three drinks. I've saved some discount tickets in case I get back here with my friend Katrina in the next couple of months. So all in all, I think my mood prevented me from enjoying Amsterdam ...
... a geralder soon enough. Everyone seems to speak English too; the tv's in English, signs sometimes show English first, and they sometimes don't bother with Dutch with us, just straight to English! With dinner done we decided to walk the Red Light District again to see it at night. Much busier, lots of full windows and heaps of people! After a bit if a walk around, the day was catching up with us, so we headed back to the apartment. Day 1 Amsterdam, done. But still no sign of ...
... can smoke in public and even ask a cop to help you roll one, but most articles on the internet say smoking is just ok in "coffee shops" (which gets confusing when actually looking for coffee). The government's objective with lenient drug laws is to keep drugs off the street. For hard drugs, they have a system in place where they'll give them to you. There used to be junkies all over the red light and Chinatown districts and it was a seedy, dangerous part of town. ...
... and boutiques in the De Negen Straatjes - Nine Little Streets area. There were so many cool things, unlike anything we have at home. Curses for packing light! Gigi wanted to buy everything. We had a late lunch in the Jordaan neighborhood, possibly the prettiest area of Amsterdam. Everyone opted for a sandwich or salad for lunch, except Lucas who got a traditional Dutch pancake that is very thin and bigger than his ...
... we couldn’t take any pictures but they did serve us an apple tart and either tea or coffee. After that, we went to the Rijksmuseum where we met guides to show us paintings by the Dutch masters. The museum was jammed but the tour was worthwhile anyway.
The farewell dinner was tonight and then we needed to pack up because we have to be out of our cabins by 9 and then off the ship by 10.