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 Antiekhandel C. Zotos vof.
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

A city of suprises.

A travel blog entry by emezzy on Jun 13, 2015

5 photos

... yet quietly curious tourists that wander down the streets of the red-light district keen for a goosie and to oberve the action from afar. The Jo's (and I am sure Josephine's on occasions) are the curious individuals that go one further than a goosie and step inside the to visit a prosi for a quick 15 and an expensive 50euro debt to their name. The prosi's are as different as the bikes roaming the streets. Big, small, fat, thin, old and new.


Amsterdam is one of those places that is full of suprises, everywhere you look, every pedal you push, ...

Day 4 - Looong Travel Day and first day in Europe

A travel blog entry by adamkaiser on May 28, 2015

3 comments, 14 photos

... I, not so much.

Then, on to the next intermediate destination of the day – Basel, Switzerland – via brief (1 hour) flight (small plane) across the continent. I'm hoping the denizens will be shorter there. It’s been cloudy in Amsterdam today; the air holds the promise of rain – a (somewhat) welcome change from New York’s pressing heat and humidity. The wrapper on the snack served on the flight to Basel (an egg sandwich) made ...

Time to start going home - yeehaaa

A travel blog entry by fionaferrar on May 20, 2015

20 photos

So today we spent a bit of time in the morning making sure that our bags were packed and ready. We were able to leave them where we stayed until late in the afternoon which was a bonus. My final result wasn't too bad - 2 jackets packed in Deb's bag, and she had brought one of them over for me (paw blacks jacket) and wore the other one while it was raining. My big bag with the little pack strapped to it weighed 25 kgs which wasn't bad ...

I Amsterdam, Sunflowers and a Houseboat

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Apr 04, 2015

23 photos

We packed up and caught a taxi to the Van Gogh Museum, complete with all our luggage. Fortunately, there was a cloakroom, so we off-loaded everything and shot into the gallery at high speed. We had a limited segment of time within which to wedge poor Vincent, and I was determined to extract every last pigment and soulful, ear-removing moment I could.

I'm not a fan of his early, dark, peasanty work. I came for the ones full of light and colour and texture. I guess ...

50 clicks a day!

A travel blog entry by 4inworld on Mar 08, 2015

5 comments, 11 photos

When we arrived in Spain - in Madrid to be exact, back in early June 2014, all we had planned was a five week stay in Roquetas De Mar, Spain. We knew we were traveling for much longer…but to where? Other than the seaside town in the south of Spain we weren’t sure where our journey would take us, or how we would get from one place to the next. That’s sort of the fun of it!

So, after our arrival in Madrid, we rented a car at the airport, got a ...

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