Royal Taste Hotel Amsterdam
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... politicians that cycling is important for community health and vibrancy is the "easier" route.
Red light district tour = best tour ever. It was so fascinating to discuss the history of prostitution in Amsterdam, how it has evolved, and where it stands today. It was also ridiculous that I was getting plied with alcohol and given the opportunity to take a selfie with a (probably) murdered girl's skull. The end.
... One weird thing I've noticed here is that you have to pay to use the bathroom (which all of these countries we've visited call "toilets" instead of "restrooms"). I definitely wasn't expecting that.
We will likely check out the Anne Frank House and the Rembrandt House tomorrow before heading to Switzerland. I definitely am looking forward to some rest and relaxation in the Alps!
... about 9:30am and were greeted by our tour guide who took us to our hotel called the Botel. It is a floating hotel
We took a short ferry ride to the central part of the city of Amsterdam and spent the day walking around to sites like the Royal Palace, canals, shops, and Anne Frank's house. Lots of bike riders everywhere.
... from some of their rooms is a church. Perhaps this was planned. We tried to go into the church afterwards, but the doors were locked; what help could this be to a prostitute in trouble? In this area we also saw a couch being lifted up to a fourth story window on a pulley; this is a common practice as buildings here have no elevators. Passersby stopped to watch and cheer when the large ...
... business. Last, but not least few, very few people (even very young children) wear helmets and children are commonly transported on bikes that look like wheelbarrows. It was also fascinating to watch young ladies dressed to the "nines" in short skirts and long skirts and 6 inch high-heels tearing up the bike paths, looking so sophisticated and in control.
After checking in at the B&B , we grabbed some lunch at a great little bakery ...