B&B Jordaan

Anjeliersstraat 197, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1015NG, Netherlands | B&B
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Muffin laced with paranoia

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor

... to our room. Still fully clothed I climb onto the top bunk and then all of a sudden it dawns on me that I am going to die up there by rolling off the bunk. I completely freak out. Laurence is nice and swaps with me. I crawl onto the bottom bunk and I am not moving. I go to bed fully clothed staring deeply at the top of the bunk above me.

Worst trip of my life. Apparently you shouldn't eat a full muffin per person.

My Heart Stopped

A travel blog entry by theresabill

... a video before we landed to help explain the airport layout and how to handle connections which was very useful.

We departed and used a kiosk to change our seats and reprint our boarding passes. We did not have to go through a passport check point, so we had lots of time. I was thrilled to find a Starbucks (first time since Paris) and Bill was thrilled to find a Scotch and Cigar Store. They had a bottle of Scotch for sale that was worth 36,000 Euros. ...

Day 19 - Amsterdam, Suitable for mature audiences

A travel blog entry by christie.orr


I was the first one up this morning, which was good because I was moving the slowest because of my poor bum. it was feeling a lot better today though. We had an early start and were heading to Amsterdam today! Sadly our last stop of the tour. We had breakfast and the hotel and were off. It didn't take so long this morning since we didn't need to worry about getting our big suitcases onto the bus. Lucy told us the first part of the drive was only going to be 2 ...

Magical Museums

A travel blog entry by sandhauer


... by Franz Hals, Vermeer, Van Gogh and of course Rembrandt. The climax of the tour is of course Rembrandt's "The Night Watch".
After the museum we went for lunch on the terrace of The Cafe American at The American Hotel, a beautiful art deco building right in the museum quarter.
After lunch we took a tour of ...

Sunshine, Heinekens and Rainbows...

A travel blog entry by pamelankatie


... We walked through some of the streets in the famous red light district. It was an interesting experience, and definitely not like anything we have seen before. There were a lot of tourists around the area, but it still felt quite seedy. We were happy to check that one off our list and headed to the Nieuwmarkt, a 17th century marketplace in the old Jewish quarter. We stopped by to see the 13th century Oudekerk on our way to the Bloemenmarkt, a flower, bulb and seed ...

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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 Kitsch Kitchen.
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