Too Little time in Amsterdam

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Oh, boy. We had a great time in the "Dam". These pictures hardly capture all of the fun that we had. Amsterdam is a really unique place that has a lot to offer. Ever since I did a project on this city in 3rd grade, I've always wanted to visit. I can definitely say that it lived up to my expectations and then some. No matter what you're interests are, there is something enjoyable for you to do. Even if you're not into partying, the Red Light District is something you have to see at least once. I'm hoping that I get the chance to visit again to see everything that I didn't have the time to see. Top Experiences in Amsterdam - The Van Gogh Museum, which is the best museum I've ever been to. The layout and story-line of the whole museum flows together so well. There were pieces that I'd never seen before, including letters and some of the artists that inspired him. It was essentially a biography of his life told through his works and the world around him, which was so moving and inspiring.

-With such a huge biker population, biking through Amsterdam felt just right. It gave me a completely different perspective than exploring by foot. The weather was perfect and we got to see the countryside as well, which was quite refreshing.

-The events that took place during the Holocaust have always intrigued me. So naturally, I've always dreamed of visiting the Anne Frank Museum. Let's just say it did not disappoint.

-Food, including the best French Toast I've ever had in my life. My Goodness.

-A couple of other unmentionables that I'd love to share with you in a face to face conversation :)

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