you can travel with the amsterdam pass with public transport and a free roundtrip of the canals.
you can visite almost all the Amsterdam museums for free with this pass.
on some other things you can get discount like restaurants or other tourist attractions.
i copy this from the site below
The Amsterdam Pass is available for
24 hours (EUR 26),
48 hours (EUR 36) or
72 hours (EUR 46).
The pass comprises a Transportation Ticket, a Chip Card (for free admission to the museums) and a Pass Guide (a voucher booklet for discounts at restaurants and attractions). The information is in Dutch, English, French and German. The Amsterdam Pass is available from the local tourist information (VVV) offices.
See the Anne Frank House. ...
See the Anne Frank House. It's not quite as small and stifling as I'd imagined it to be, but it still makes you stop and think about what she and her family had to go through during the German occupation of Holland.
Although the facade is modern, the building is in the same shape internally, as it was when Anne and her family hid on the upper floors of her father's factory for several years, to hide from the Germans. The Anne Frankhuis can be found at #263, on the east side of the Prinsengracht canal.
Its home page can be found at:
My favorite part of Amsterdam...
My favorite part of Amsterdam was walking and watching the many interesting people. I was also fascinated by the architecture and the canals. What I enjoyed most was the open-mindedness of everyone we met.
The 't IJ microbrewery in Amsterdam is a tiny affair too small to export, so this beer is pretty difficult to find outside the Netherlands - the review bottles were bought in an Amsterdam specialist beer shop. This is their tripel-style offering which we also tried on draught at the brewery. It is a clear, golden ale with a bubbly, quite creamy and long-lasting white head. Aroma is of vanilla and citrus fruits (orange zest, perhaps), with a hint of its alcoholic strength. On the palate it is fruity and quite hoppy, with lots of orange-zesty bitterness, hints of darker malt, and an elusive spicy touch. There is also lots of vanilla on the roof of the mouth, which seems to be characteristic of all the 't IJ beers we have tried. The hops are chiefly citrusy in character but, on the downside, tinny notes can be detected. It is quite lively, but otherwise very smooth, with a chalky texture from the bottle-conditioning yeast. Aftertaste is of chalky vanilla, with a little light malt. All in all, the bottles were something of a disappointment after trying the beer on tap at the brewery. The bottled version is perhaps more hoppy, but less subtle and complex, and slightly overcarbonated. On tap it's world class - try it if you can.
Damrak from Dam square
When you reach to Dam square, dont forget to turn back and look to the Damrak... Cause on the way back you will use a paralel street next to damrak..
And it is always good to look back.. You wont miss the nice girls :))