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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... the fact that it's not dark until after 10:30 and that sort of thing is just not so bad in the twilight. After a walk through there I headed across the river on the free ferry to watch the sun go down from the eye museum. It was a lovely end to the evening.
The next day I discovered that navigating Amsterdam is not as easy as I had thought. Though the first surprise of the day was walking down my street at 11am to discover there were red light windows ...
... of Amsterdam and I honestly could not get enough. I had no idea Amsterdam was once the most powerful nation in the world. The other really interesting part of the city that I found fascinating was the red light district. We took a tour of it and learned about how it works and saw the different windows and whatnot. The most amazing thing I learn was the women who are doing it are registered businesses. They are freelance workers and ...
... next door where they did a decent job cheering us up with really Dutch food. I had a zalle which was a light beer that they made at the windmill and Care had one called "the Gnome" that was also Dutch. For dinner we tried the Dutch croquettes which were really good deep-fried balls of meat and stuff and came with deviled egg yokes as a sauce. Then we had potato jackets with tzatziki and cheese and trudged a little cheerier back to our hotel where we promptly fell back ...
... while holding the guitar behind his back, amid the sounds of clapping and cheers from the crowd. Later on, they opened up the stage for other musicians to join them. The best part was seeing a trumpeter play an awesome solo, and then joined by a harmonica player from the right of stage. While in Amsterdam we also saw Anne Frank's house, although Annie kept ...
... 14:30 we took the shuttle back and walked into Gastown again, the only noteworthy neighborhood of Vancouver. We walked from there all the way back to the Financial District, Robson street and has sushi again.
I love the sushi. Especially the dark pink, almost red wild BC-salmon, which has this near sweet taste. Never had salmon this good. The store had a sign up stating that they only served wild salmon and no farmed one. Then suddenly it struck me. I'm a hypocrite. I told you how ...
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Other places to stay in Amsterdam
Oud-West, Amsterdam | 2 star hotelfrom $108
Centre, Amsterdam | 2 star hotelfrom $101
Museumplein/Vondelpark, Amsterdam | 2 star hotelfrom $96
Museumplein/Vondelpark, Amsterdam | 3 star hotelfrom $150
Binnenstad, Amsterdam | Hotelfrom $68
Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam | Hotelfrom $105
Plantage, Amsterdam | 3 star hotelfrom $113
Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam | 2 star hotelfrom $158
- Definitely one for your list
- Sin duda, uno para la lista
Museumplein/Vondelpark, Amsterdam | 3 star hotelfrom $121
- Miss something but extremely OK !!!
- Nice cosy place, very good deal for the price
- If quiet is what you seek.....
Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam | 2 star hotelfrom $145
Museumplein/Vondelpark, Amsterdam | Hotelfrom $79
Centre, Amsterdam | 2 star hotelfrom $312
Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam | 2 star hotelfrom $103
Willemsparkweg 113, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $262
Museumplein/Vondelpark, Amsterdam | 3 star hotelfrom $104
ZuiderAmstel, Amsterdam | Hotelfrom $126