Blaine's B&B

Address: Rijnsburgstraat 24 III, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1059 AV, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Western Canal Ring area of Amsterdam, is near Amsterdamse Bos, Elektrische Museumtramlijn, Trammuseum Amsterdam, and Dansgroep Krisztina de Chatel.
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    Window dressing.

    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jul 03, 2015

    ... they'll probably think of one of three things: Lycra, Hipsters, and Children. Lycra wearers and hipsters are certainly not a relatable sect of society that the everyman can band around. Children perhaps are more in that category, but bicycling for many kids in cities and suburbs has become a sterile activity... an activity kept within the safe confines of the cul-de-sac or an activity where people drive their kids and bikes to a safe ...

    Europe next

    A travel blog entry by almy2014 on May 21, 2015

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    ... for Amsterdam that afternoon. It is a nice sort of freedom to be able to alter a plan with such ease.

    It is difficult to give a succinct answer to what we liked so much about Amsterdam, I think sometimes a city just feels right. We loved that everyone biked everywhere. We loved that it was light out until 10 pm (3). We rented bikes and joined the fleets of bikers as we zipped through the canal lined streets to museums, Anne Frank's House, and great little cafes. ...

    Amsterdam- Week 14

    A travel blog entry by imdbling on Dec 19, 2014

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    ... did enjoy this and wish I could've had more of it.

    It was super easy to communicate the entire time when I was in the Netherlands. EVERY SINGLE PERSON spoke basically perfect English. I was really impressed! Not only people who worked in tourism who had to, everyone just simply understood it and was very good at all aspects of the English language. It made getting lost a lot easier because we knew if we had to ask for directions whoever we talked to could ...

    Day 3: Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... on the train back to Amsterdam. When we got back, we discovered that the sun actually does exist in Amsterdam, and it was turning into a beautiful day. We decided to jump on a boat and do a canal cruise and take advantage of it. The cruise took us out into the harbour, and then we entered the canal system and wound our way through them. They're so historic, and it's so beautiful seeing all the old buildings lining them. And it was so tight ...

    A Week in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by taylorneese on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... of the story of Anne and her family, and then we began the workshop which was about human rights. We talked about the problems that arise when events conflict between two human rights. An example that we debated was Neo-Nazi's exercising their right to demonstrate in front of a Jewish synagogue on the sabbath (right of religion).
    Next, we had reservations to tour the museum which allowed us to skip the extremely long line. The museum was great, one of the ...