A 14th century gothic old church in the red light district; it is the oldest monument in Amsterdam. This is not the main façade, perhaps the side or the back of the building. We started the red light district tour here.No cameras allowed; if you are caught taking a picture of the girls, the camera (and perhaps even yourself) would get chucked into the canal waters.
There were many girls in eye-popping underwear and costumes standing in their windows waiting for potential customers. I don’t think the girls liked tourists looking at them though, some actually left their windows or closed the curtains when they saw our tour group walking closer.
It was a healthy meal but the pasta was extremely bland. Hubby and I were rather shocked, but we assumed it’s the way people liked their pasta in Amsterdam, until we saw a local shaking loads of salt and pepper into his pasta. We followed suit.
We stayed 1 night in Park Plaza hotel, which served a scrumptious hot buffet breakfast. Hmm, not sure whether I took pictures of the breakfast or not, if I did, I would post them up in my next Europe honeymoon blog post