Bed & Breakfast Borage

Address: JF Berghoefplantsoen 1, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1064DE, Netherlands | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located in the Geuzenveld-Slotermeer area of Amsterdam, is near Amsterdamse Bos, Zandvoort, Theater de Cameleon, and Danswerkplaats Amsterdam.
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Day Tour of Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by mandywilliams on Nov 04, 2014

126 photos

... some huge diamonds and different clarity diamonds. They were laid out on a velvet cushion after they locked the doors of the room we were in and pointed out the security cameras! We were shown pure clarity diamonds and not so pure, also black diamonds and different cut diamonds. They also then laid out lots of different diamonds, watches and jewellery to purchase. The kids found it interesting and eyes lit up with the big expensive ones! The city was ...

Aimlessly Exploring Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by shannond on Sep 24, 2014

7 comments, 23 photos

... but also sorry for the girls that this is how they have to make a living. We were told the average income per night is 150-700 Euros. Saturday morning I woke up to meet Ann (my old roommate in Waterloo) and Sarah, my brothers girlfriend. I haven't seen the two of them since I've moved to Seattle and couldn't have thought of a better place for the 3 of us to reconvene. We rented bikes and toured all over the city. Biking is WAY more popular than driving in Amsterdam, with ...

Shtop! Thish Blog ishn't ready yet...

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 ...

I AMsterdam

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 09, 2014

6 photos

... day in Amsterdam!! A bit of a change from the dreary bus ride in. We met our tour guide, ably named Mike however SHE was a very outspoken, funny Dutch woman with short blonde hair and complete with wooden clogs. I still don't know how she was able to walk around in them let alone take us on a BIKE tour!! We all grabbed a bike and headed out of town and into the countryside. It was quite pretty, riding along the river/canal lined with amazing looking houseboats ...

Day 42: So This Is The Dutch Countryside

A travel blog entry by flahivemo on Jun 16, 2014

... light changes. After about 90 minutes we made it to the ferry to take us to the countryside. Which in actuality just took us across the river and we were on it for a total of 73 seconds. So we arrive on the other side and wait for the other group because we would now be riding in one large group. Once they arrived we went for our countryside ride, which was along a paved bike path and through small towns. We got to see 1 windmill in one ...

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