Has anyone of you ever been there? Or do you have any experience with people from there?
Currently I am in Amsterdam as an exchange student. And I have to say I enjoy my life here. Everybody chills the whole day. At the University me and my group have to make a project within this semster, and I have to admit, that there is not that much to do. I am not familiar with those easy going kind of working.
But... Somehow I like it, theh
I dunno, it was a really nice place and all and the people were pretty laid back but i found that a lot of streets and stores we're incredibly sketch.
To give some people an idea of what regular convenience stores are like here's one example: beside the cash register was a foam penis that when you threw it in water it got fucking massive, then they're were random packs of anal, big tit and harry bush porn cards scattered around, and then every kind of weed paper/pipes that could have possible existed. (and that was only around the register)
I have. Never buy from coffeeshops in the red light district b/c the stuff is typically crap (and sometimes grown w/fertilizer until harvest).
Check out the Grey Area coffeeshop. It's about 15 minutes out of the center near the Anne Frank House. You can get directions from http://www.greyarea.nl
The guys who own the place are Americans. One of them is cranky and the other is super nice and looks like the lead singer of radiohead. Buy your shit there, but don't smoke it there. It's a small shack.
2 billion dollars...sir, I'd handle my grandpa's balls for 2 billion dollars.