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... perspective on Amsterdam.
On our second night we stumbled upon a small area on our way back to the hotel after our evening meal that piqued our interest on a less cultural side of Amsterdam. The red light of the shop windows grabbed our attention, and on crossing the road for a closer inspection we discovered a scantily clad woman advertising her charms for sale. Despite the remoteness of the location, business was obviously booming as the curtains ...
... height: normal; font-family: monospace;">-stopped for bfast on the wharf by the library. Nice views and good food. Could tell that Laura was getting hungry, so a good stop.
-pretty neat to watch them polishing diamonds. Then the marketing phase in the showroom. Was fine, but a little too commercial and too many tour buses
-wandered through the city by the Waag and ...
... There are 15 km of paths, to begin with. The best way to get to Keukenhof is with a bus/Keukenhof combi ticket, which gives you all the time in the world to wander around at your leisure. The gardens open till from early in the morning until really late at night so there's plenty of scope. The bus goes from Schipnol airport so first I had to get to Amsterdam Centraal station to catch the train there. I couldn't work out how to catch the tram there, so unfortunately I had ...
... she waved away our passports and moved on to the next people. I guess we didn't look like a threat. We are spending the New Year holiday in Amsterdan and friends from the states, Josh and Yirae, flew over to celebrate here with us. It should be a good time.
Josh met us at the train station and walked with us to our bed and breakfast. We are staying in a main part of town right next to a canal. The place only has two rooms and is super ...
... readers, I promise I hadn't smoked anything at this point!! Oh Amsterdam, every day you suprise me! After this wonderful adventure we rode to our favourite pie shop, as it was close by. There we met a guy from Perth who worked there and we chatted for a good hour, enjoying a delicious pie each. So tasty. Unfortunately Elle couldn't have a pie as they weren't vegan, so afterwards we rode to maos, a chain of vegetarian flafel houses which serve flafels in a pocket of Turkish ...