Amsterdam At Home Bed & Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the book so this visit to her house was necessary, interesting and well worth the visit. No pictures allowed as usual.
From there it was back onto the canal boat which took us back to the central railway station where we got off in search of a restaurant for dinner. The food we have had has been really good with quite an international variety on ...
Throughout the week in Amsterdam I have been sleeping on the floor as there is put another bed for me to stay in. I didn't mind as I knew it was what I had to do so I made the most of it , I put some clothes down, a couple towels and even used martins dressing gown as a blanket. Most of the nights I had slept well but this morning I had been allowed to jump in martins bed as he was leaving early for uni. I got in a I had never felt anything so soft it was ...
... about to starting eating when the doorbell rang. It was the Concierge delivering a gift for us on behalf of the hotel and our Travel Stylist, GG Inspired who organised this amazing trip for us. The gift was a bottle of Moët and personalized candleholders had designed by a local Amsterdam artist. We were gob-smacked by this personal touch. We popped open the Moët and enjoyed it with the Macaroons, a fabulous start to our arrival in Amsterdam. The ...
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The home of capitalism, and second city to start a stock exchange (behind Bruges), Amsterdam is an amazingly beautiful city...which may get overlooked by many travellers who come to smoke and hook up.
The crooked buildings along the canal are charming ...we lack charm at home...and there's a lot more to them the more you stare. Like thethe shape of the roof-facade (some designed to help the chimney sweep), the forwards leaning buildings so non ikea beds don't ...
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The couple of nights we spent in Bruges were a lot of fun. We had the chance to hang out with some really fun younger people all exploring the world like us. It gave us a little boost as we headed into the capital, Brussels.