Amsterdam City B&B

Address: Da Costakade 68, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1054WP, Netherlands | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Museumplein/Vondelpark area of Amsterdam, is near Prinsengracht, De Looier, Abraham Kef's, and Creme de la Creme.
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      Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

      Amsterdam: A unique gateway to Europe

      A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 10, 2014

      9 photos

      ... of that era. Cutting through the civic guards gallery, we came across a giant 1650 sculpture of Goliath and several fine paintings of the town's leaders from the early 1600's.

      In the Golden Age of the Netherlands, the Dutch empire expanded across the globe as far away as Indonesia, and the Dutch East India Trading company was a business powerhouse.

      From the busy-ness of the street we slipped into the Begijnhof, home of the centuries-old Los Beguine ...

      Amsterdammmmm

      A travel blog entry by nicolaben on Sep 25, 2014

      7 photos

      ... were there we went straight into the way locals live (probably more tourists in Amsterdam live) and went to a sex show. It was pretty lame really – the girls weren’t much for the guys to look at and it was exactly what the name of the show was…. After this we went to a café and dabbled a bit more with the Amsterdam way of things, very strange feeling being able to do this legally! The next day we had a bike tour, in the rain, around the city. It ...

      Apartment on the Canal

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 26, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... After taking the appropriate amount of time to appreciate the Night Watch we moved on and were treated to several other famous works by Rembrant, Van Gogh and Johannes Vermeer (The Milkmaid is a very famous one by him). The museum itself was very well laid out and included a great variety of displays including some very interesting exhibits about the Dutch colonies and their history. One other interesting feature of the museum was it’s Library which served ...

      I firmly believe green veg and cream don't mix!

      A travel blog entry by bungaloo on Aug 07, 2014

      4 photos

      ... around noon, clear the plane, customs, grab bags, walk through the airport, find a cab and head to the hotel. Now about 1:30...Room will be ready around 3:00. Run down the road to get tickets for the canal tour, back to the hotel to get our room, dump the bags and back in a cab to run to Anne Frank's house for a tour. A very interesting bit of history we can only grab a glimpse of from our ...

      I'm not bitter, I'm bitterBALLEN. Day 2.

      A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg on May 21, 2014

      6 photos

      ... a bar because we were thirsty and hungry. Tried bitterballen for the first time.
      I wanted to see the red light district, and by way of doing so we rode our bikes through the Dam square. This was the first point in our Europe trip that I felt stunned by some sort of magnificence. A giant area surrounded by stunningly architected buildings.

      Headed into Red Light. Ditched the bikes. Too many ...