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Amsterdam by day and bike

By Michael Kurtz | Comments Off April 7th, 2008

With just over one million bicycles (that’s more than one for each of the city’s residents) Amsterdam is a cyclist’s paradise and since we only had a couple days to explore city we decided that getting around town by bike would be the best way to cover as much ground as possible. For about $12 a day, we rented a couple of bikes from MacBike, a bike rental shop near Amsterdam Centraal train station, and began making our way through the maze of bike paths that criss-cross town. Ride around town in today’s gallery.

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