This city definitely has an unique energy unlike any other that I have felt. It is a hot spot for art. Every other little boutique is an art dealer selling original art ranging from painted canvas all the way to sculptures. Amsterdam's main source of transportation seems to be bicycles. Be warned now, bikes will not get out of your way or wait for you to move. Always be aware of where you are standing. Bike and pedestrian lanes are clearly marked. Canals are laced everywhere throughout this city which helps give it its own unique vibe.
The Anne Frank House is definitely an interesting site. If you plan on seeing it, then make sure to get there early. The line easily grows so long that wraps around the block. You get some good information during the tour. The only thing that was a slight let down for me is that there is no furniture set up in their living quarters to show how it looked at the time. There is just a model in the middle of the room to show how it used to look. At the end of the tour there is a gift shop. A neat feature to this is that if you buy a book from there, they give you a sticker to show that it was purchased in the gift shop.
If you have time, the Van Gogh museum is a great way to spend it. There are some other featured artist inside. Overall, it was a great place to look around.
The part you have all been waiting for: The Red Light District. It is as I thought it would be. As you walk down there streets you get to