We have an afternoon and two full days in Amsterdam. I'm trying to figure out how to divide our time. I have a few questions:
We got the only tixs we could for the Anne Frank House: 20:15. Is this a real time? 8:15pm? I didn't think museums stayed open that late. We weren't even able to get tix to the intro program.
I would like to see some of the countryside, windmills, etc. Has anyone taken the "side car motorcycle tour?" It seems quite expensive, but a nice way for two of us to see the countryside. I'd love to take a tour which gets us out of the City - any suggestions?
Any suggestions of canal tours? My daughter wants to do this and I'm happy to oblige IF it's a worthwhile type of tour and we can find a good one. We'll be tired the first day we arrive (from the US), and a canal tour (vs walking) might be perfect.
I'm considering the Van Gogh, Rijks, and the Resistance Museum. We're not museum folk (I used to be a museum curator, but have burned out!) but I can't imagine going to Amsterdam without seeing the greats! Worthwhile?
Any other favorite stops/sights? We tend to like the somewhat unusual/quirky.
How is the Naomi Koopleman Jewish tour?
Finally, any recommendations for gluten-free Amsterdam? I'm feasting on bread, but sadly, my daughter is limited.
Thank you all so much in advance!