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... visit to a coffee shop) we watched a fun filled show that literally had us in stitches….was great!!! After the show we met up with Chris and Chanel, so all six of us headed to the Red Light District which was a two minute walk from our hostel. The best way to describe the Red Light area is that surprisingly there are a lot of good looking women standing around in windows wearing next to nothing. Some are actively trying to entice men into their rooms while ...
... 8217;s been one of the intangible delights of the trip.
The constant rain during the first half of our stay in Amsterdam made museums the only viable tourist option, which further soddened Olivia and Elias’ mood. The Riksmuseum is most famous for Rembrandt’s Night Watch, which did not impress the children. We should have left them home. They had a much better time at the Tropenmuseum, an anthropological museum, which had a special children’s wing ...
We walked around some more and checked out some shops before going to dinner at the pancake bakery. I had a french onion soup with some local dutch cheese + a classic chicken and cheese savory pancake. It was quite a nice meal and not unreasonably priced. Will have to come back and try the sweet ones. Maybe the morning before we leave.
We wanted to walk back through the red light district ...
... by dukes) are perfect for the flower bulbs. In the 1600's, during the Dutch Golden Age, wealthy Dutch people wanted nice things, and they liked tulips. So everyone started investing in tulips. The good times didn't last, but the tulips did and have been a part of Holland ever since. Today, we headed by bus to Lisse, about an hour SW from our place including a bus change at the airport. Lisse is where the Keukenhof gardens ...
... new one or carry everything.
2. Some of the freshest squeezed juices in Europe. Yum.
3. A friend of ours was explaining that his friend has tripped a lot while in Europe. He meant to say that he "sucks at walking in Europe" but it came out as "he sucks at Europe." Annie: did you just tell someone "You suck at Europe"? Becca: like, using Europe as a verb? It's now our ...