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Leave your dining etiquettes at the door, because Supperclub Cruise is a dining space like no other. As you step in, you can kick off your shoes, sprawl on the white mattresses and look forward to the enthralling time that awaits you. The is no fixed menu offered on this ship, so be prepared for something new every time you visit. Entertaining performances are staged as you indulge in the food and drink. Supperclub Cruise can also be rented out for private events; so why not enjoy your next celebration on the waves?
The second largest harbour in the Netherlands sees a steady flow of container ships and tankers from all over the world.
The Narrowest House in Amsterdam is also one of the narrowest houses in the world. At only one meter wide, this house is just barely wider than the front door. The houses in Amsterdam are built in this narrow fashion because of the soft soil that they are built on. All of the houses are actually leaning on each other to stay upright.
The Amstelkring Church, Our Lord in the Attic, is housed in a 17th-century canal house with authentic living rooms on the lower floors and a preserved Roman Catholic Attic Church upstairs. A maze of rooms, halls and staircases with lots of peepholes remind you of Holland's Golden Age. Following the Alteration in 1578 (when Amsterdam became Protestant), Catholics were not permitted to practice their religion in public. These churches were privately owned and designed not to be recognizable as churches from the outside. The building now houses a museum.
Ijmuiden aan Zee is along the North Sea and has beaches, dunes and a fishing port. The shopping center nearby offers variety of options to choose from. This marina is a real treat for children because of its beautiful beaches, museums and other sites in the area. There is also plenty of parking available.
Water entrance to Amsterdam, sheltered harbour where there is always plenty to see.
Back in the sixties, one sweet lady took in a stray cat and her kittens. Her house soon became too small for all the cats that followed and she moved to a houseboat in one of Amsterdam's lively canals. Even though cats hate water, they flourished in their new home and it since became a cat shelter where cats can go their own way, are not confined to cages and walk around like little captains. It is a unique and remarkable place. Two hours a day tourists are very welcome to come aboard and see this amazing shelter for themselves.
The Red Light District, or De Wallen as it is called in Dutch, is one of Amsterdam's oldest and most infamous neighborhoods. Although walking around the Red Light District can feel a bit voyeuristic, it is proof of Amsterdam's liberality and social tolerance. The area, which operates at all hours, is its most vibrant at night, when both customers and tourists come out to walk the streets. Red lights line the windows facing the canal, where women stand in order to advertise to their clientèle. (Note: it is illegal to take pictures or videos of the windows.) The streets surrounding the Red-Light district also offer shopping and theaters, as well as a museum devoted to erotica. Due to the adult nature of this district, it is highly suggested that only adults should visit.