Amsterdam by Casie Tennin

Amsterdam by Casie Tennin, Amsterdam, Netherlands (B)

Let’s start with the infamous Amsterdam cafe’s: There are about 729373 adorable cafe’s in this city. I found two noteworthy ones based on environment, friendliness of baristas, and overall ambience.

Why: Ok so this adorable, health conscious and kinda-hipster cafe was attached to my hostel, Ecomama (although completely separate from each other). I had a special experience with this place. Like every true traveler experiences, I woke up one morning with the curse of traveler’s stomach. I was doubled over in pain, and couldn’t fathom eating a thing (WEIRD, I know.) I finally dragged myself to eat something at this little cafe conveniently attached to my hostel, and the barista’s literally treated me like I was their sick daughter. They made me special ginger and mint tea that cures the stomach, and this incredible berry-healing smoothie with added flax seeds and other magical secret healing health ingredients of which they refused to tell me (and they didn’t charge me the normal added price of the health boosts!). Within an hour, I kid you not, I was up and ready to conquer Amsterdam. I continued to go back to the cafe every morning, and was equally a overjoyed with all of their delicious, gourmet, made-right-there foods. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Amsterdam by Casie Tennin
Guide Location: Netherlands » Amsterdam
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Casie Tennin
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
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  • Le Caféier
  • Soup en Zo
  • Pasta Pasta
  • Patisserie Kuyt
  • Cafe Wester
  • Brouwerij’t IJ
  • Albert Kuyp market

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