Last night was the international wheatpasting night for the Stop Telling Women to Smile movement and a group of me and my friends organised to stick posters around Bordeaux for the Anti-Street Harassment week.
So last week I went to Amsterdam for a couple of days. Within 30 minutes of strolling around the city, I had fallen in love with it. It's the perfect kind of city: laid-back and full of places to visit and things to see.
The view from the hotel
The view from the hotel I stayed in which was on the Amstel canal
One of the (many) canals!
Blending in with the hotel's furniture
One of the massive iamsterdam signs which were around the city
Anne Frank memorial
Relaxing in Vondelpark with raspberries from a little fruit and veg shop
Van Gogh graffiti
A quotation from the booklet from Anne Frank's house
The canal by the hotel
Flowers surrounding one of the houses on the canal opposite the hotel
All the little cafés on Rembrandt Square had cats roaming about/sleeping on chairs!
An old man painting the canal
I'm definitely going to visit again (sometime soon, hopefully!) and would love to live there for a bit (wishful thinking for a university student)