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Roads/pavements

Glasgow
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Roads/pavements

Has most of the snow/ice thawed?so i know if i can get away with wearing high heels at night. Thanks :)

Fort Worth, Texas
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for Amsterdam
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1. Re: Roads/pavements

if it was july i dont think i would wear high heels around amsterdam..with the paving stones and cobble stones..crossing tram tracks, avoiding kamakaze bicyclists...perhaps maybe carrying them with you and changing before you enter a venue that you think you might want to wear them..that could be an option..

Amsterdam, The...
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for Amsterdam
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81 reviews
2. Re: Roads/pavements

No snow but there was black ice this morning. Not many woman (or men) wear high heels in Amsterdam for the reasons Steve mentioned.

you really need to stop using that i-phone app and double posting please!!

Edited: 04 January 2011, 02:04
Fort Worth, Texas
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3. Re: Roads/pavements

i leave my high heels at home for that very reason...;-)

Glasgow
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290 posts
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4. Re: Roads/pavements

Thanks, i'll stick 2 flats n boots then. This app is drivin me crazy. Sorry guys

liverpool, england
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5. Re: Roads/pavements

Yes, dodging the bikes is an art form best learnt without heels!

Have fun!

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