My wife and I will be traveling to Amsterdam for the first time in late March of next year. This will be our first trip to Europe, so I have a few questions regarding what we can expect...
Is there much to do in Amsterdam in March, compared to spring and fall?
Are businesses seasonal (E.g. Coffeeshops, flea markets, museums, etc.)?
Are there signifigant price diffs between winter and spring/summer/fall?
If staying in an apartment, will we [Americans] be able to easily find food for self-service cooking? Prices comperable?
I must admit my wife and I typically just like to walk and chill back at the pad. We'll most likely just sight-see (economy-style) and hang-out at some of the coffee shops. The ocassional out-to-eat excursions. Any thoughts on how much to budget? I have some idea with regards to airfare and hotel, but the "on-the-ground" expenses I could use a little bit of help with.
Thanks a bunch!