Our day in Amsterdam. Let me tell you how it went. First of all, I have a huge family and almost everyone lives in the Netherlands. A couple of days ago, my mom her siblings had a family reunion at my uncle’s house which is in the South of Holland. That’s why my beloved one suggested that we leave my mom at her brother’s and then we continue towards Amsterdam. The day before he had asked to my older sister for the best restaurant suggestion in Amsterdam for sushi and she recommended us the « SUMO » restaurant. We were starving when we went there. Once we sat, the server explained us their « house rules » which went like this: You receive a menu. You have 5 rounds and for each round and per person you can pick a maximum of 5 items only. You pay 27,50€ per person, with maximum of two hours included. Oh yeah, almost forgot, when you pick an item, and you don’t finish it or don’t eat it (because you don’t like it or you’re maybe full) you start to pay 1€ per piece. And for the hot plates you pay 2€. LOL. So this only made us furious. You wouldn’t probably mind the frustating rules but when I’m hungry, I don’t really like doing these kind of things, I just want to eat calmly that’s all. Anywaaaay… about the food, remember when I told you before in my past article where the MOST delicious sushi restaurant IS? Well, I haven’t changed my mind at all. In fact, I was really disappointed, because my sister described it really like something completely crazy. But I have to admit, I only ate maki’s, I didn’t try something else and my sister was actually talking about all the others things, like the noodles (Seth tried it and it was delicious he said). But whatever, I was still hungry at the end. We went outside to walk a little and visit A’dam. I’ve already seen it a couple of times, because my aunt lives there (I told you, my family is literally everywhere…). But Seth had never visited before! And guess what, he didn’t like it at all. Haha, that’s when I know that he’s the one. Before judging, I know a lot of people love Amsterdam. I cannot immediately see why, but that’s okay, we don’t have to like same things, fortunately. I think that Seth and I do like more mountains and nature or maybe different architecture. Just like Armenia for example, you can check the article here! So we don’t plan to go back there immediately (only if we have to see the family). Our next trip will be Italy, but i’ll tell you more about it in our next article! And of course, for the ones who give me the courage everyday to write more and post more, I have pictures for you!