B&B Jordaan

Anjeliersstraat 197, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1015NG, Netherlands | B&B
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The 2 extremes

A travel blog entry by bibi64


Well today was another busy day, weather still not so great, didn't rain as much but cold and windy! Thank goodness for our thick rain jackets! We decided to find the local post office and send home some of the stuff we needed in Morocco but no longer here, wasn't cheap though, and we had to use a huge box, so hopefully it will turn up before we get home, as we popped in the little bits we have picked up this far, albeit only a couple of things for the ...

Canals and oranje craziness on Koningsday

A travel blog entry by tonezf


... The cruise ended on the largest canal the Amstel and we hopped out, stocked bags of extra beers and danced around at the street party. I marvel at Marcelle's ability to have an unlimited source of snacks. After visiting a pub The Kroon I trundled home walking through the littered streets with my FEBO kaas soufflé in hand (think a croquet but with melted cheese inside), watching more people spill into the pubs in town as I leave. Great day ...

Cafe Masselink, Amsterdam and picking up Chan

A travel blog entry by kris.jones.528


We woke up to a rainy day today, much different from yesterday which was so sunny and nice! Cousin Nan and Aunt Toots are leaving to go back to Newcastle today, so we decide to drive into Amsterdam to drop them off at the ferry, and then pick up Chan at the airport. On the way to Amsterdam, we decide to eat at the Cafe Masselink in Doetchinem, just 1/2 hour out of our way to Amsterdam. We arrive at Cafe Masselink to find it locked up, and even after knocking on ...

The last city...let's make it a good one!

A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan


... though smoking weed is legal there the 'coffee shops' all still have a very seedy, illegal feel to them. I thought they would be much more like normal cafes, and I would have preferred that. Anyway, we walked around more enjoying the canals and stopped for a beer. We had been walking all day and were beginning to get tired so decided it was time to head back to the camper. Amsterdam is a great city, one which I will hopefully return to one day.


Pot, peep shows and push bikes

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88

... behind the glass. I had pictured these rooms to be above street level, raised slightly so they could see over all the people peering in but they were on our level and it was a little confronting!

The guide told us that hookers rent these rooms for 150 euro a day for an 8 hour shift and that one on one sessions with customers cost upwards from 50 euro (depending on the number of positions you negotiate) and are scheduled to last for 30 ...

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This B&B, located in the Jordaan area of Amsterdam, is near The Jordaan, Electric Ladyland - the First Museum of Fluorescent Art, Cafe 't Smalle, and Bloemgracht.
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