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    Coffee shops: Coffee Shops - not a regular shopping

    by ophiro Updated Jul 10, 2011

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    This is not a "regular" shopping but one the main attractions in Amsterdam is the coffee shops.
    A lot of tourist come to Amsterdam because one special option , To smoke Week with no fear of getting busted by the police.
    Soft drugs are allowed here in those special places called coffee shops.



    What to buy: I don't smoke so i can't recommend but there are many options with nice names like white widow , k2 , purple haze and many more.

    Again - i Don't know the difference because i don't smoke.

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    FLOWER SHOPS IN SCHIPHOL AIRPORT: LAST CHANCE TO GET A GIFT FOR WOMEN

    by DAO Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    What to buy: Schiphol Airport has 2 great flower shops in the Departure/Transit area. It is not too late! You can get some seriously great flowers (add water) for loved ones back home. Unlike cut flowers, they will not die and put you back in the dog house after 3 days. You can even get Tulips in bowls that you can grow in your house. Fantastic! Well priced and easy to transport. The bowls are ceramic with Dutch artwork and scenes. An excellent gift.

    Don’t forget!

    …And you can reserve Duty Free goods on-line before you arrive! Check out the website below!

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    Bever Zwerfsport: Camping/ outdoor stuff

    by Igraine Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Once in a while someone asks for a camping shop in Amsterdam. Today i saw one and actually remembered it. Because its not the kind of shop i go to when i go shopping in Amsterdam.

    Bever sells all kinds of camping gear, backpacks, gaz, clothing, pans, shoes,books you name it. If you have forgotten something this is the place to get it.

    What to buy: Whatever you might need at that moment.

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    Christine Le Duc Erotic Shop: sexy clothes and such!

    by dustmon Written Sep 17, 2010

    Women's sexy clothing is their speciality from viewing the window-----WOW! According to the website they also have toys, movies, condoms and much more----not really a RLD store, more of a main stream Fredericks kind of thing......

    What to buy: bras, panties

    What to pay: average

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    A Space Oddity: Vintage Toys galore!

    by dustmon Written Sep 17, 2010

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    This is a great store, I usually stop in once each time I come to A'Dam---they have tons of vintage toys, games, dolls and much more---I collect Alice in Wonderland, James Bond, and a few other things and almost always find something in here to fill a void in my collections!

    What to buy: toys and figures

    What to pay: average

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    Lambiek: Oldest comic shop in Amsterdam

    by dustmon Written Jun 5, 2010

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    Lambiek is a 40 year old comic shop in Amsterdam and also sells comic hero toys and artwork.
    I used to collect comics and stop in here on occasion to see if they have anything related to James Bond, which I still collect!

    What to buy: comics!

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    Haarlemmerstraat: Head West

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Mar 14, 2010

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    The Haarlemmerstraat is a great shopping street stretching to the West (towards the city of Haarlem) from the Central Station area.

    Original is was constructed as a dike and many of the side streets to the South still are great lookoffs.

    There are numerous smaller shops and some small hotels/hostels here.

    Also you will find your local Supermarket (AH) and a small post office.

    You end up at the Haarlemmerpoort, an impressive gate towards Haarlem.

    What to buy: There are a lot of nice-to-have oriental stuff shops, but also some very old local Dutch brick-a-brack style shops and reform shops.

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    Reprezent: Amsterdam Skates- and Snowboardshop

    by pieter_jan_v Written Mar 14, 2010

    REPREZENT boardsupplies is the shop for skaters and snowboarders. Many brands available, like: Volcom, Grenade, Nixon, Fallen, Ride, Special Blend, Four Square, Volcom, Electric, Emerica, Stepchild, Analog, Baker, Es, DC, Lakai, DVS, Circa, Baker, Girl, Chocolate, Circa, Rome, Nike 6.0, Zero, Mystery and WESC.

    Postorder servive via wazzup@reprezent.nl

    Business hours:
    Mo: 1PM - 6PM
    Tu-We: 10AM - 6PM
    Th: 10AM - 9PM
    Fr-Sa: 10AM - 6PM
    Su: Closed

    What to buy: Board stuff.

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    The MAC House: Apple Computer

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Oct 26, 2009

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    The MAC House offers the complete range of Apple computers and accessories.

    The shop also has a Technical Service point for Apple computers.

    Business hours:
    Mo-We: 9AM - 6PM
    Th: 9AM - 9PM
    Fr: 9AM - 6PM
    Sa: 9AM - 5PM
    Su: Closed

    What to buy: Apple stuff.

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    John N. Andringa: My 2nd Favourite Shop in Amsterdam!

    by johngayton Updated May 18, 2009

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    Having visited Hartman's and bought out their stock of Gauloises I then hang a left and head for here. This is another little gem of a shop and having been a tobacconists for over 100 years (founded 1902) the aromatics are ingrained into its very fabric. Service is always cheery and welcoming and more often than not I get a freebie lighter or two.

    What to buy: Gauloises Tabac a Rouler

    What to pay: Now 5.50 Euros for 48.5g - going up in price!

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    Diabolo: Diabolo

    by leafmcgowan Written Apr 28, 2009

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    A great little gothic, club-wear, and fetish clothing shop with wonderful designs and gear available. Bringing great fashion to Amsterdam since 1988, one of the best shops of this type in the city. They also offer custom made clothing. Excellent shop. Rating: 5 stars out of 5.

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    J G Beune: Pastries and Cakes - oh my!

    by yooperprof Updated Aug 28, 2008

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    I take no responsibility for what might happen to your waistline or your diet if you come to this wonderful bakery. It's located on an eclectic stretch of Haarlemmerdijk on the northern edge of the Jordaan neighborhood. I can say this: one look in the window and I was lost!

    On the other hand, maybe you will walk so much while in Amsterdam that an extra 800 calories here or there won't really matter!

    It's probably a good thing that there's no bakery like this in my home town.

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    Dont know: Mushrooms!!!

    by chennaismartguy Written Apr 16, 2008

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    If you are interested in buying some crazy stuffs like mushrooms (Dried), check out this shop in the flower market. This shop is located on the same street of the flower market but on the other side. there are couple of souvinier shops, its in between one of them. I just did a window shopping there and there were whole bunch of guys enquiring about these stuffs!!!

    What to buy: Mushrooms & Energy tablets?

    What to pay: Not sure

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    All across Amsterdam: Dolls

    by Rupanworld Written Feb 2, 2008

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    All across Amsterdam

    What to buy: Well from my childhood I have always been very fond of dolls, soft toys etc. And now that I have a daughter, I have more excuses to buy them, even though she does not much like playing with them, and I end up being their proud possessor. So all across Amsterdam, I was always looking at the unique dolls and toys from the window glasses. they were very different and worth buying. Here are some photos.

    What to pay: No idea. I didn't buy. Shops were closed

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    Department stores: Hopjes

    by ozalp Updated Jan 4, 2008

    We first ate these in a restaurant on Spuistraat on our first day in Amsterdam. When we asked the bill they brought it with these candies. I do not like sweets much, but I couldn't resist the innocent appearence with modest paper package. So I tried one. Then we both picked all of these, because they taste like coffee and they are delicious.
    I found them in a store/market which sells vitamins, shampoos, etc. I bought a big package full of these, in my standarts, of course. I brought them here, and the people liked them too much.
    There were various candies but Hopjes the one I liked.

    What to buy: All type of candies.

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