Amsterdam Brownstone B&B

Rozengracht 158, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1016 NJ, Netherlands | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam


A travel blog entry by makkah


... months until they were betrayed to the Germans and sent to a concentration camp. Although many people enjoy looking at places like that I don’t, I find it not only very sad but morbid as well. Still all in all the day passed very quickly what with popping in and out of pubs to try and keep dry. Then it was back the hotel for an early night, I had to up bright eyed and bushy tailed in the morning to make my way to the railway and my trip to ...

And the Winners are.......

A travel blog entry by word-a-day


Friday morning dawned with grey skies and rain that we suspected would also follow us to Amsterdam. With a train to catch later in the day, we set about re-packing our bags into a stack we'd actually be able to carry and that would also fit airport allowances (hopefully).

With 2 suitcases, 2 carry-ons, Jase’s backpack and a plaid plastic zip sack in tow, we taxied to the train station, hauled the load up the external stairs as the lifts were under construction ...

If It Ain't Dutch, It Ain't Much

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour


... tolerated since the seventies to focus on curtailing harder drugs (fun fact: the Dutch have the lowest usage of drugs in all of the European Union), and the Netherlands legalized gay marriage in 2001. While we're at it, add euthanasia to the list. The Dutch even beat us to abolishing slavery.

Second only to coffee shops, it is next to impossible to visit Amsterdam without running into the many windows of De Wallen (also known as the Red ...

France, Brussels, Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by robyn4215


... canals are beautiful and the housing very interesting... If you look at the tall thin housing lining the canals, many appear to be on a lean, sideways, and this is apparently due to foundations sinking. There were major fires in the city in 1400s that destroyed most wooden houses, and all were built with brick since, but the city continues to sink into the mud at a slow and steady pace. Wooden pilings were used back then and they are deteriorating, and slowly being ...


A travel blog entry by hollyingram92


... and the biggest one in Amsterdam), been to vondel park, had some traditional pancake things, the red light district and many many bridges. It's been good because we have for a really good feel for the city. We even went mapless for the last day! But I'd like to come back and do some things. Although we had planned to, we never got round to the sex museum and we didn't go to the Anne frank house or the van gough museum which I would be interested in seeing in ...


This B&B, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Kitsch Kitchen, Bloemgracht, Abraham Kef's, and Creme de la Creme.
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