Johansson toured Amsterdam drunk

Last updated 05:00 02/03/2013
 Scarlett Johansson
DRUNK CYCLIST: Scarlett Johansson

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Scarlett Johansson has fond memories of "drunken cycling" around Amsterdam.

The actress likes letting her hair down when she isn't working. Johansson recalled one particular trip to the famous party city in the Netherlands which involved exercise and alcohol.

"Last time I went [to Amsterdam] I spent a lot of time riding bikes from one bar to the next - drunken cycling!" Johansson laughed to the latest UK edition of Marie Claire.

The 28-year-old star also spoke about some of her favourite career moments.

Johansson starred alongside Hollywood legend Bill Murray in the popular 2003 movie Lost in Translation. The Sofia Coppola-directed movie earned Johansson a series of award nominations, and the actress says working with Bill was a highlight.

"I was totally star-struck when I worked with Bill Murray on Lost in Translation because I'd been watching his film [Groundhog Day] since I was a kid," Johansson explained.

The stunning star is partial to the occasional treat when not following a diet for her modelling or film commitments. Her favourite foods are doughnuts and Mexican dishes.

"Babycakes is a vegan bakery in New York that is so yummy. The doughnuts are incredible, with a cakey texture," Johansson gushed.

"I love Mole in New York; it serves classic, regional dishes and the sauce is flown in from Mexico - it's very authentic."

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