NH Jan Tabak
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... was certainly interesting - we were quite surprised at how nice the girls actually looked and some had some really cool bikinis!!! We decided it was time for a sex show! Wow!! Our sex show included seeing a candle wax demonstration, a lady showing us how creative she could be with a felt, Chris getting a Lap Dance and pulling a rather large ribbon from you can only imagine where! A couple having sex on stage ...
... The father Otto wanted the space to reflect the emptiness that was left behind after the loss of so many Jewish people. The marks on the wall where Anne and her sister's height was recorded is still clearly visible, with the blackout curtains providing a true picture of how they lived here. We saw the bookcase, went up the extremely steep stairs, went through each room and saw the original diary. The bravery of the people helping ...
... closed so we didn't get to see any of the insides. We did see some of the house boats. It is kind of a cool way to live. They are actually hooked up to the city water, electric and sewers. Some of these houseboats are converted cargo ships, or commercial vessels. Some are just floating pre-fab homes. It was getting late and started to sprinkle on us so back to the hotel for the evening.
We headed to the Jordaan region of Amsterdam. This is more of ...
... from the lake, if you fry it I will try it....well I have my limits. They were bringing in eels at the dock.
We took a boat over to Marken. I asked who was rowing. This big boat was not even making a breeze it was moving so slowly. At Marken we walked to the wooden shoe makers. They did a quick demonstration. There is still a large demand for thes shoes. The ground is very wet so they have to have water resistant footwear. Rubber boots do not ...
... first level of bedrooms AND then 14 more steps up a curved stairwell to the loft where the visitors sleep - yes, that's 88 steps... now add 2 X 20+ suitcases... all good fun.
Had a great night with Ingrid (a lecturer in political science) and husband Martjin (a building entrepreneur in his words) over dinner. The highlight of our main day in Amsterdam was time spent in the newly renovated Rijksmuseum (took 10 years ...