Life is becoming rather like that film ‘Groundhog Day’ as I continue to search through the archives.
On 16th March I was in Amsterdam in the Netherlands…
The Amsterdam Red Light District covers a large area of the oldest part of the city.
The buildings are tall, narrow and crowded together with a distinctive glow of fluorescent red lights above the red-fringed window parlours from behind which the scantily clad ladies of the night invite customers with a rattle on the glass and a come to me pout and provocative pose.
All rather like I imagine Satan’s front room to look like!
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Posted in Age of Innocence, Arts and Crafts, Europe, History, Holland, Hotels, Postcards, The Netherlands, Travel, World Heritage
Tagged Amsterdam, Amsterdam Canals, Culture, Life, Photography, Red Light District
The weather just kept on improving and when we left the Anne Frank house there was a clear sky and bright sunshine so we continued our ponderous stroll along the canals working our way south and east as we followed the canal ring and looped around the southern end of the old town. Eventually the girls declared that they had seen enough water for one day and they might like to see some shops instead so reluctantly (I’m not much of a shopper myself) I plotted a route back towards Dam Square through a busy shopping area.
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