Amsterdam Bed and Breakfast

Address: Roetersstraat 18, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1018 WD, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Plantage area of Amsterdam, is near Het Loo, Koninklijk Theater Carre, Hollandsche Schouwburg, and Het Ij.
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    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    Day 2: A day in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by meganvala on Jul 26, 2015

    16 photos

    ... br> After stopping back at the hotel to regroup, we head back out into the alleyway like streets. We get ourselves something to eat, drink, and head back to the Red Light District. It's very interesting, to say the least. The streets are packed and the women behind the window-doors are plenty. We explore a little more of the city until we find ourselves back at the hotel. We call it a night, preparing ourselves for an early train to Paris! Goede ...


    A travel blog entry by tehanintanzania on Jun 09, 2015

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    We arrived safely in Amsterdam! It's funny what a small world it is! First in Dallas, we ran into our parish priest, Father Joshua. Then after chatting we figured out we were on the same flight to Amsterdam! He was heading to Rome with his family. Then in Amsterdam we ran into our friend and guide for our Kilimanjaro trek, Paul. He was on our flight flying back to Tanzania, after a trip to America. The trip is going good so far!! ...

    Amsterdam, Holland

    A travel blog entry by parkerjudy on Jun 04, 2015

    7 photos

    ... restaurants and informally on footpaths, along the canals and people's front porches - quaint architecture, especially the roof lines of the very old buildings - life on the canals from permanent houseboats to tour boats to private motor boats. We noticed an edgier fashion culture and couldn't help but notice the openness of the red light area whilst inhaling a lot of ...

    Exploring Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by craftyannie on May 14, 2015

    77 photos

    ... at the height of the sights you would like to see. If you have decent weather my advise is to get an open boat. The tour itself was nice, the conditions in the boat made it uncomfortable and annoying by the time we were done.

    They did give us a couple of interesting statistics. The canals average 3 mitres in depth: one metre of muck, one metre of water, and one metre of bicycles. About 25,000 bikes are pulled from the canals every year. In ...

    Underwhelmed in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Dec 23, 2014

    4 comments, 42 photos

    ... my trip, which, I suppose, is fitting for a city in 'the Low Countries'.  Holland is never somewhere I had aspired to visit and back in the late 90s my only contact with Dutch people was the obnoxious couple with whom Susan and I shared a safari jeep in Tanzania, the male of whom kicked me in the head with his size 11 boot in a fit of pique.  At the end of that trip we were in transit in the capital for 8 hours, but as it was snowing and we ...