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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeason Star Hotel Amsterdam
Great location. The room was a little small for 4 people and reception weren't exactly helpful.
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... my comfort zone, I feel every time I do that I grow as a person, into the person I eventually want to be. I found it fascinating that each prostitute owns her own 1 person business, and she sets the rules and can refuse any customer. I am so glad we did a tour, just wandering around I never would have learned all these tidbits of interesting history and facts about the red light district.
... this tour, the last time we were in Amsterdam in 2009, it was undergoing renovations so we couldn't see it.
Afterwards, Clem & I went to the Rinks Museum, this too we couldn't see last time we were here as it was also undergoing renovations.
We got there just after 12 & it was crowded, there was a special exhibit of a private ...
... city, but these are gentler times here.
One day in this city is not enough. I did get to see the Anne Frank house, and Rembrandt's house, the National Monument in Center Square, the narrowest house, the flea market, Binnengasthuis, Dam Square, the wonderful canals that weave through this whole city, and I walked through the beautiful huge train station building twice on ...
... for coffee and Dutch Apple pie - another tasty treat.
That night after dinner, we strolled around the Red Light District, watching young and some not so young ladies looking out from behind glass doors, trying to entice customers to sample their offerings. There wasn't too much activity and we only saw one middle-aged guy tempt fate and open one of the doors and disappear inside.
Tuesday, was another beautiful day that started off ...
Amsterdam has so far been the most impressive city we have visited. Large historical value, amusing standards of cultural openness, insane level of different types of transportation. To walk around in Amsterdam, you are dodging bikers, mopeds in loosely defined bike lanes along with cars and trams on roads. Sometimes these intersect in unpredictable ways and it sure ...