B&B 1657

Address: Herengracht 585, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1017 , Netherlands | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on Herengracht 585, Amsterdam, is near Madame Tussauds Amsterdam, Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis), De Bijenkorf, and New Church (Nieuwe Kerk).
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

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A travel blog entry by wendalex on Aug 11, 2014

37 photos

... that there were so many Jews in Holland is because of the religious tolerance that the rulers have practiced over the years. Where so many other countries had banned various sects, cults and religions over the years, the Dutch never sought to exclude anyone. They realised that if you allow in a wide range of people, you get a very vibrant and exciting community. This is good for trade and one thing the Dutch have always been good at is trade and tolerance. The ...

Miss You Bad, and That Ain't Good

A travel blog entry by kristenrenee on Jul 03, 2014

5 comments, 3 photos

... my apartment, furniture deliveries, baby showers, and planning to get together with friends coming to town along with living my daily life, I've been maxed out for quite some time. I worked a full day the night I left and I vow to never do that again. That morning I became inexplicably emotional and could not rationalize it. I can't count how many times I was asked if I was excited. "No," I replied ...

Amsterdam & Den Haag

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on May 17, 2014

3 comments, 21 photos

... and Hanneke, a very awesome Dutch couple we met in Beijing near the beginning of our trip. (They traveled to China from Moscow by Trans-Siberian Railway. Alex and I flirted with this idea, but decided that 7 days on a train through barren lands with two antsy kids was a dumb idea.) Before we even finished our first beer, Michiel and Hanneke felt like old friends. It’s amazing to me that people from very different places can find so much in common – from humor to ...

King's Day Celebration in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by lisachew on Apr 26, 2014

11 photos

... national colour - and people walking along the streets as the roads and public transport along the central area including the canals are closed. Beer seems to be free flowing as everyone is drinking it along the streets and even on the canals as they party on boats and barges. Lots of food stalls are opened along the streets selling local delicacies and also people holding their own mini-garage sales ...

Kicking around Keukenhof

A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 18, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... remarked on the lack of coffee houses, wherein no coffee is consumed, but they were around - perhaps she wasn't looking as hard. There are definite indicators of what you could get (signs selling spliff seeds aren't subtle, although an upmarket store had truffles made from above-ground nuggets versus below-ground fungus), so mentioning them helped. I noticed a crepe spot for the way home, so after another crispy-yet-shiny plate of delicious and hearty (plus heart-friendly) food ...