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    Museum Shop

    by vickss Written Aug 24, 2004

    Van Gigh museum has a store at the entrance. People usually end up buying lotta from here but I founf the place a lil expensive.

    What to buy: They sell all usual stuff. Books, T-Shirts(with Gogh paintings), etc etc
    Try other places first .. probably museumplein

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    smart store: you can buy everything in Amsterdam

    by tompt Written Mar 17, 2004

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    Amsterdam is famous for its sex and drugs. And it is true you can buy about everything here. This shop is specialized in psychedelic herbs and products.
    Never tried it, but if you want the shop is here.....

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    Bad Grrrrrrrls Who "Window Shop!"

    by Geisha_Girl Written Feb 27, 2004

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    Still headed towards the Van Gogh museum, we came across this interesting "window display" as we DETOURED through the Red Light District.

    We were on the lookout for a *Midget Pole Dancer* for our pal, Yubert........but came across THIS!

    Ooooh! We LOVE Champagne!


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    ikea: up there on my agenda...

    by husain Updated Nov 21, 2003

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    Walked many miles, asking for directions... Finally i see a familiar blue and yellow pattern!

    Its been a favourite with me for a while now- ikea. For its design, and the value for money. Functional and sleek, its exactly what i`m always on the look out for...

    What to buy: My favourite sections are always the lamps, clocks etc. Also these are usually things i can carry all the way home!
    Also, remember to pick up the latest ikea catalogue! (Was in dutch here, but who cares!:P)

    What to pay: Its always great value for money... It dosent costs me more than what i`d pay in Delhi for something somewhat similar.

    the ikea store
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    by eden_teuling Written Sep 17, 2003

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    Behind the ROYAL PALACE on the Dam is MAGNA PLAZA , one of the most beautiful buildings in Amsterdam.
    Until some years ago this magnificent building housed the MAIN POST OFFICE , but today it is the home of trendy clothing stores an unusual gift and gadget shops.

    At the end of the KALVERSTRAAT, near the Munttoren, is the KALVERTOREN %c&%s& - an absolute shoppers' paradise.
    The most striking feature of this building is the 100-foot-tall glass tower which provides an extraordinary view of the city center.

    Head then to the BIJENKORF (THE BEEHIVE) on the DAM, where shoppers will be delighted to find an extensive range of cosmetics, clothing, shoes, accessories, music, books, toys, furniture, homewares and much, much more....all in one elegant famous store where lots of Dutch people from all over the country love to come for a day......

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    Impression: For a special gift

    by peijtertjes Written Jun 30, 2003

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    Very nice shop, where you can buy small art gifts from a small collection.

    What to buy: sculptures (also lessons to make them yourself), necklace..special design.

    pff to many thinks to name. Please walk in, they can help you with all kinds of gifts.


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    Coffeeshop: Coffeeshop

    by ATLC Written Feb 23, 2003

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    A different kind of smoking altogether. Amsterdam is a favourite destination for the tourists that come here to smoke grass.
    Personally I get really tired of people asking only after two things in Amsterdam: the red light districht and coffeeshops. As if there isn't much more to Amsterdam than that.
    Nor is it a symbol of what some see as a degenerate society. Just a fact of life, which exists in all countries in more or less public or hidden ways.

    What to buy: Don't know. There are numerous Amsterdam guides that concentrate on coffeeshops.


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    Staalplaat: Great Experimental Music Shop

    by cwest03 Written Sep 1, 2002

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    Having very eclectic taste in music and Staaalplaat catering to that type of taste, it was always my dream to go to the shop in Amsterdam and browse around for an hour or so (I could probably spend more than that in there). I had been familiar with their site on the web as well as their label so I was pretty excited to see what they had in stock. I was amazed by the amount and variety of hard to find CDs and LPs that they had. This little shop is the place to go with your obscure taste. Like most shops in Europe you're more than welcome to listen to anything before you buy it. It was a bit hard to find but well worth the hunt.

    What to buy: Experimental, electronic, etc, CDs, LPs, Tapes and magazines.

    open Mondays - Fridays from 11.00-18.00 hrs
    Saturdays from 12.00-17.00 hrs

    What to pay: Average prices for CDs and such are to be expected.

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    Zenza: Wonderful lamps

    by pieter_jan_v Written Dec 30, 2013

    Zenza is a great shop for home furnishing, like lamps, carpets, textiles, tableware and furniture.
    Most of the merchandise comes from Egypt and has wonderful Oriental looks.

    Zenza - Amsterdam
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    Keesie: Diving gear

    by pieter_jan_v Written Oct 12, 2013

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    Keesie sells professional diving gear.

    Business hours:
    Mo-Th: 9AM - 6PM
    Fr: 9AM - 5:30PM
    Sa: 9AM - 5PM
    Su: Closed

    Keesie Diveshop - Amsterdam Keesie Diveshop - Amsterdam
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    Fun shops at Amsterdam: GREAT SHOPPING LINK

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Dec 3, 2011

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    Amsterdam has a lot of smaller stores outside the main shopping streets.

    What to buy: Amsterdam Shopping guide

    Nieuwendijk - Amsterdam Nieuwendijk, but there is more .... Noordermarkt & Lindengracht market Nieuwendijk - Amsterdam
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    Het Heertje: Pharmacy

    by pieter_jan_v Written Mar 22, 2009

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    Pharmacy Het Heertje is a quality shop with non-prescription drugs and ecological products.
    The store is a certified Pharmacon member.

    Business hours:
    Mo-Fr: 9AM - 6PM
    Sa: 10AM - 5 PM
    Su: Closed

    Pharmacy Het Heertje - Amsterdam
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    Sissy Boy: Great Name!

    by garridogal Written Jun 5, 2004

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    What can I say? I love the name of this store. I never went in but thought it deserved to have it's picture taken.

    I'll bet real men shop there
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    Etos: Drug store ... not a coffee shop :)

    by ingridf_nl Written Feb 27, 2004

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    Etos is where you can buy bandaids, shampoo, etc. You can only get your prescriptions fulfilled in some Etos stores, so you may want to look for an Apotheek instead.


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    Coffeeshopping: Coffee Shopping

    by BlueBerry_7 Written Nov 7, 2002

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    Three coffeeshops in row makes for easy coffeeshopping strategy:))
    De Rokerij, Bulldog, and The Doors Coffeeshops

    What to buy: Weed & Hasj

    What to pay: 6-25 Euro per grams

    3 in a row

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Amsterdam shopping. The most popular streets are the Nieuwendijk and Kalverstraat. But don't forget the many street markets like the Albert Cuyp, The Waterlooplein, Noordermarkt and Nieuwmarkt....
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