Amsterdam Lodge

Address: 17 Stadionweg, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1077RV, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Oud-Zuid area of Amsterdam, is near Concertgebouw, Knijn Bowling, Zoom Amsterdam, and Wildschut Roelof.
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    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    Underwhelmed in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Dec 23, 2014

    4 comments, 42 photos

    ... every cloud had a silver lining and I realised that being in the attic enable me to out a bag of beer cans hanging out of the roof window to stay cold, which was a huge bonus, as I wasn't going drinking in the locality, which seemed to be the Amsterdam equivalent of Temple Bar, with an aggressive vibe.     I have no issues with Amsterdam's permissive attitude towards sex and drugs, but had no interest  in buying myself a prostitute, and ...

    Reflections of our holiday

    A travel blog entry by robgizzy on Nov 01, 2014

    1 comment

    ... creature comforts like a hot shower and a wc in our room! Believe me, we've experienced the extreme when it came to sanitation! But the place that has completely, utterly stolen our hearts was Tibet. It's a tragic story; imagine a people who actually are not keen on modernization (though everyone - even the monks - has an iPhone), and are controlled by a country who is building and changing the landscape. When you see the ugly, grey concrete buildings from the top of The ...

    Bicycles and Water and Bicycles and Bicycles......

    A travel blog entry by paulvangorp on Sep 01, 2014

    134 photos

    ... to be on the thin side. For our ciabatta bread we were given thin ham and little dabs of goat cheese.

    This train had many stops before we arrived in Amsterdam. We were also given ham and cheese croissants and sparkling water. (We won't need to dine in Amsterdam until dinner!)The cost of this bullet train was $120 euros per person and Comfort 1 (first class) was well worth the extra 20 euro. The cabin was large, the service was excellent and we really did enjoy ...

    Random observations

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 19, 2014

    4 photos

    ... taxes are rather hefty (I guess to pay for all that welfare) That would suck Time in Lieu (Arras) - shops are not open on Monday morning because they were open on Saturday morning. They also shut up shop between noon and 2pm for lunch, then they are open until 7 Arras - is no place for street signs Brugge - street signs are everywhere...they need to be, the place is wall to wall tourists. Ghent - not only do they not ...


    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Aug 01, 2014

    3 photos

    ... We all have a laugh while we wait out the front, after about five minutes another of the group goes into a different window, but they're the only two who do (I wont divulge too much)
    50 euros was the price in case you were wondering.

    After the guys meet us back at the bridge, both seemingly very satisfied we decide we'd better try get the last train home to save getting a cab. We treat ourselves to waffles with nutella, ice cream and most importantly, banana, ...

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