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norbertoeyvr   , 81

from West New York


Amsterdam for tourists: What's legal?

The most powerful type of "magic mushrooms," containing psilocybin, were made illegal in 2008, but authorities say they will not prosecute anyone holding very small quantities. Hashish is also in a gray area, up to each municipality to decide. Not everyone likes this openness. Weed tourism is controversial in some circles and there are worries that lax laws attract more than just the tattoos and scraggly beard crowd, encouraging drug traffickers to enter the market. Weed aficionados across parts of the world panicked a couple of years ago when a conservative government announced plans to stem drug tourism , partly as a result of friction with neighboring countries. Under the new rules, coffee shops would issue membership cards, Weed Passes, only to local residents. Foreigners would not be able to come to the Netherlands to get high.
More: http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/17/travel/amsterdam-travel-legal-parameters

Cycling funding won't turn Birmingham into Amsterdam 'overnight'

Now the Anne Frank House has developed an app that links the past with the present and offers locals a whole new perspective on their own city. Since 1960, the Anne Frank Museum has been telling the history of the Holocaust through the personal accounts of the young Jewish girl who hid from the Nazis within its walls and was ultimately murdered in a concentration camp. Now the museum in Amsterdam has released a mobile phone application that shows users the city from Anne's perspective. The museum's digital media manager, Ita Amahorseija, says the aim of the app was to make Anne Frank's story relevant for the people living in Amsterdam today. What we wanted was to get people to make a connection between the past and present.
More: http://www.dw.de/amsterdam-through-anne-franks-eyes/a-16038078

Mark McNairy New Amsterdam Fall/Winter 2013 Collection @ end.

It is important to have great designs on deck and Mark McNairy New Amsterdam collection makes sure that happens. end clothing boutique has taken exclusive delivery of the latest Mark McNairy New Amsterdam collection. Teaming up with Sanders & Sanders , this collection is full of stylish and unconventional shoe designs. Theres a Country Brogue design in navy or http://bryantmjfc.jigsy.com/entries/general/these-are-the-basic-details-that-one-needs-to-submit-a-link-to-web-directory-and-thus-increase-traffic-to-your-site oxblood, a two-tone Camo Brogue in a brown/woodland camouflage or navy calf/desert tiger camo colorway. There is a Sole Camo Gibson Shoe that is designed with a woodland camo canvas upper and a pebble brown double monk strap in leather with a durable crepe sole.
More: http://stupiddope.com/2013/08/12/mark-mcnairy-new-amsterdam-fallwinter-2013-collection-end/

Delta Airbus 330 lands safely in Amsterdam after flaps malfunction

Flight 99, a twin-engine Airbus SAS A330 jet carrying 309 passengers backlinks and crew, touched down about 4:15 p.m. local time at Amsterdams Schiphol airport, Anthony Black , a spokesman for Atlanta-based Delta, said today by e-mail. Video by Amsterdam television station AT5 showed the jet landed without incident. Passengers are being rebooked on a flight leaving Amsterdam at 9 a.m. tomorrow, Black said. While maintenance workers were able to repair the aircraft, crew members reached their work-hour limits and todays links trip had to be canceled, he said.
More: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-07/delta-flight-to-detroit-diverts-to-amsterdam-on-flaps.html

Delta Flight to Detroit Diverts to Amsterdam on Flaps

"Delta Flight 99 was unable to retract its flaps after take off," Delta said in a statement. "As a precaution, the crew diverted the aircraft to Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, landed uneventfully and taxied to the gate." The airline said the 298 passengers on board were being rebooked after disembarking the aircraft normally, a Delta spokesman said. The flight had a crew of 11. The tracking website Flightradar24 showed the Airbus had circled several main page times over the city of Norwich in England, about 250 km (155 miles) from Schiphol across the North Sea before landing at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport. (Reporting By Thomas Escritt; Editing by Michael Roddy)
More: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/07/us-delta-emergency-landing-idUSBRE9760S620130807

Amsterdam through Anne Frank's eyes

Over the next two years officials want to back link triple the number of people cycling in the city, create or upgrade 130 miles of cycle routes plus introduce and launch schemes like London's Boris bikes. Birmingham is one of eight cities to benefit from the Government money. Officials say they want to make safer and more accessible. More top news
More: http://www.itv.com/news/central/update/2013-08-12/cycling-funding-wont-turn-birmingham-into-amsterdam-overnight/