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... way through a joint and I started feeling the effects. I felt lightheaded, tired and a little nauseous all at once. I decided that was enough and put out the joint and put it back in the little bag it came in, just in case I wanted to try it again later. I ended up just throwing out the rest. I started to walk towards the Red Light District now that it was nighttime and that's when I realized why they call it "getting high". I literally ...
... food, I will try most things. Sorry to say I had my bite and really did not enjoy
the texture of the raw Herring or the small bones in my mouth :/ I much prefer
Having seen most
of the sights of Amsterdam we caught a tram to the Noordermarkt for a wander,
Dutch pikelets (made from buckwheat so wheat free!!) and lunch. We were to meet
Warren a French friend from Canada but as he kept changing his plans we found
it difficult ...
... as chief map reader. She did a good job and we eventually got there with a few stops on the way to double check our directions. The HE was really busy and we had a bit of a queue to get tickets, but it is a really interesting place to visit with loads to see, do and drink ! Unfortunately it changed nothing about how vile I find normal beer! After this we decided to visit one of the most famous areas of Amsterdam, the red light district. Not as big as ...
... It lies to the east of Damrak and contains the city's famous red light district.
To the south of de Wallen is the old Jewish quarter of Waterlooplein. The 17th century canals of Amsterdam known as the Grachtengordel, embrace the heart of the city where homes have interesting and in many cases intricate gables.
Beyond the Grachtengordel are the former working class areas of Jordaan and de Pijp. The Museumplein with the city's major museums, the Vondel Park ...