Amsterdam. Home to the stroopwafel, 165 canals, red lights, old churches, bicycles, boathouses, tapas - among, many, many other things. It was chilly, misty and lively before the days leading up to Christmas. Markets open, flowers on the streets, cyclists cycling by... © 2019 EIGHTHREE MEDIA © 2019 Erica Hilario

Amsterdam is an incredibly walkable city and for a little while, it was rainy and chilly but the weather cleared, the clouds moved and the sun said hello!

Royal Palace

Amsterdam may be known for their stroopwafel and spéculoos, but I had four delicious meals in Amsterdam within two days. Tapas, Italian, breakfast and more breakfast...

Tapas Cafe Joselito

Linguine Frutti di Mare Lucca Due

Chicken & Waffles Kluis

Breakfast De Bakkerswinkel

Oude Kerk is the oldest structure and oldest place of worship in Amsterdam. The entire floor consists of grave markers with over 10,000 citizens buried there. Including Rembrandt’s wife, Saskia van Uylenburgh. Rembrandt frequented this church and had all his children baptized there. Now, it is a museum that features art and art installations. While there, a sound installation was on exhibition.

Instrument for Troubled Dreams Janet Cardiff | George Bures Miller

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