A group of us took a nice walk around. Spent time just watching the people and the boats on the canal. A couple of friends decided on the boat tour. City center was nice and clean, people are proud of their business and it shows.
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This is a typical Amsterdam "brown bar" which is one of a few old style original brown wood interior bars left in the city. I was recommended to visit here by Daniel Pembrey, the author of a book entitled "THe Harbour Master" who lived and...More
De Duif is a church on the Prinsengracht area built in 1858 and used for events such as concerts and choirs. The area can be visited by canal boat where you can view the typical Amsterdam houses by the canal.
Delightful canal - the tall buildings, many crooked or leaning, reflected in the water. Small boats moored along some of the canal - definitely worth a slow stroll to take in the atmosphere.
If you are in Amsterdam, it is required that you take a boat tour on the canals. It is about an hour of your time and some Euros, but it is so worth it. You get to see Amsterdam from a different perspective. You even...More
On our hop on and hop off trip were saw such fabulous houses along so many canals and each canal had its beauties. You jest get on the canal cruises.
We took one of the many canal cruises and came through this and the other main canals and learned a lot of the history of the town - but they aren't tearing all the bad stuff down despite them being the main importer of slaves...More
This is an excellent cruise. The canal water is relatively clean, smooth ride. There are many, many beautiful scenery along the whole canal system. The buildings along the canals are unique, some with interesting histories. The cruise covered the different districts, very enjoyable.