TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Schagen Amsterdam
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... rather large bottoms with pimples on them, not that I was looking..ha ha. The legal drug culture here is also interesting, freely available to anyone that would like that special cookie with their coffee or that sweet smelling cigarette. Only one of our bussies were tempted and he was most happy all afternoon, It certainly is a hippies paradise. The bike riders are manic, everyone rides bikes and ride them very fast and they have right of way and god ...
... duration deterred her. My new nails look fabulous and I was ready for our red light district tour.
We spent the afternoon exploring the shops and then visited the sex museum. The museum documented sex through the ages. What was interesting to see is that in the late 1800s early 1900s pornographic photos of women were of real shaped women and they were shaved (little to no pubic hair). In the 1920s women still were curvy, some had a little pot ...
... to get over the night before.
After that we walked (because it is actually not a very big place) to Anne Frank's house. There were still so many bikes around, it was actually really weird and really cool. They were all over the roads and chained up to just about every lamp post or railing. The line for Anne Frank's was already quite long but we decided that there was no way we would be getting up any earlier to go there so we just delt with it. ...
... showcasing their "goods", ahem. Much to our surprise, the normally observant and inquisitive Cruz didn't seem to notice the ladies, nor the fact they were nearly naked. Lucas on the other hand, waved happily to them from his stroller...sheesh! But hey, we're just grateful we didn't have to come up with an age-appropriate explanation for why the ladies were there in their underwear.
We look forward to exploring more of this beautiful city ...
... us we were here. Thankfully a petite, older, and kind of hip looking lady came out of no where and said "I am Betty." She had a warm smile and directed us to the apartment.
Our apartment shared an address with the Philipp Plein store. We shared a common entryway. When we walked into the entryway there was a huge laughing human skull covered with brilliantly shining crystals on the right, leading into the store. We later learned that that is ...
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