Hotel Sint Nicolaas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sint Nicolaas Amsterdam
The Hotel Sint Nicolaas was a wonderful find with interesting decor, delicious breakfast & a really comfortable bed. Though it was more expensive than our usual accommodation, it was only 20E more than the sleazy hotels around the corner, so worth every cent.
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... the world to dedicate their lives to God. At one point Catholicism was outlawed and the Dutch Reformed Church took over. There were many secret Catholic Churches in Amsterdam including one in this area. There were alm houses including a wooden one and a grave of a nun who wanted to be buried in the gutter.
We walked through Spui Square to the Amsterdam Museum and noted the wall plaques. We saw the narrowest house in Amsterdam. We then ...
... t help he talked in soft low voice. After his first creepy spiel about shoe sizes he showed us the process of cutting the clogs which is all machine done nowadays. The whole process took about 5 minutes and then you have a whole new set of clogs. They are apparently comfortable and cheap but he was just trying to make a sale. We entered the shop through the next door and we were shown to the cheese tasting plates! The cheese my god the cheese was fricken amazing! The walls are ...
Today marks our third anniversary, at least if you count from the summer wedding. We began by going out to breakfast at the same cafe we'd had lunch at on Monday, and were quite happy with the meal we got. Then we ambled over to Mike's Bikes for a cycling tour of the countryside. While the countryside bit was something of a misnomer, as we never left the city of Amsterdam, we were out in the parks and along some small bits of farmland. ...
... krokkeken in town (more deep fred deliciousness!) as well as a roast pork and gravy roll!
Red light district
We walked through here a few times both during the day and night. By day, it is really just another neighbourhood. Of course, the prostitutes work 24/7, but life goes on around it all. At night it definitely felt sleazier, especially if you went down the smaller side alleys, but still relatively safe. It really is exactly how you hear it ...
... about the history of prostitution and the red light district, it was interesting and disturbing. This is what I learned. There are approximately 900 prostitutes working everyday in the red light district in approximately 300 windows and they pay 150 euros for rent for their room in a 12 hour shift. The average visit costs 50 euros and lasts 10 ...