399 Keizersgracht

399 Keizersgracht, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1016 EK, Netherlands | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Bible Museum (Bijbels Museum), Krijtberg, Frozen Fountain, and Zipper.
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    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    Amsterdam: My first solo adventure

    A travel blog entry by reg1406 on Aug 28, 2014

    ... were giving me different directions, (and also the fact that they were drunk, high, or drunk AND high). I checked in, paid a deposit for the keys, and made my way to my room. I was staying in Room 231. There were 2 people in the room when I got in, one of them was asleep, I had a brief chat with her before I fell asleep mid conversation. They were travelling together (Amsterdam-Berlin-Prague), they were English which made conversing a ...

    Do as the locals do in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Aug 01, 2014

    43 photos

    ... a saltwater bath and many luxurious treatment spaces. It was like being in a fairytale and perhaps one day I'll be able to afford to go back stay in the resort, be treated in the wellness centre and dine in the exquisite restaurants and bars available! Was also very interesting to see how two forts basically the same size and with the same layout could be used for two completely different (and just as important!) things! After visiting the forts we left ...

    Day 39

    A travel blog entry by super_saurus on Jul 04, 2014

    ... legal but hey! It's Amsterdam! We learned: The dutch like to be fairly literal in their naming of things. Old church, new church, north church, south church (it's so true and also hilarious). Amsterdam is on the Amstel River which they dammed and hence: Amster Dam! Most of Amsterdam is 3m below sea level - they had lots of trouble trying to keep the water out when they first established the city. This meant that everyone was fairly tolerant of each other because ...

    Smoke, Munchies, oh and canals....

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jun 09, 2014

    22 photos

    ... area, where the real people live, work and play. There were several more house boats here. The canals have beautiful tree lined streets with stately homes facing the canals. These homes are 4 or 5 stories high. They usually have large windows, overlooking the canals. We took a walk to Dam Square, which is the center square for the town. It has your typical city hall, church, large square with a monument to the war. There is also a huge commercial area. Many ...

    Walking tour

    A travel blog entry by angesnowdon on Jan 25, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... protested against the deportation of Jews from their city. The city is really great in that all if the buildings are the same as hundreds if years ago. They were built really thin as there was a tax on the width if buildings not the height. We saw the skinniest building in Amsterdam, a house not much more than a doorway in width. The downside of the ...

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