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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Holland - Part 1

A travel blog entry by socratesnutt


... m sure the site of the city would be even more marvelous. Met a few new friends at the local caves and bars that have aided our understanding of the city. Hit up the Rijksmusuem and the Heineken Experience which gave some insight into Dutch history and culture. We spent most of the day wondering the city for hours exploring what was before, unknown. Tomorrow will becoming shortly, so I leave you until then... Groot ...

My Emergency Blog

A travel blog entry by nickandjulie


... could actually slide the carpet from one part of the room to the other. I feel that I am now confused as to whether there is carpet here, or it is just one large rug that is the same shape as the room, not glued down onto the floor.

Exhibit D - the attempt at 'plumbing' leaves lots to be desired in our room. It appears to get the pipes to go to other parts of the building they have just punched holes in the wall. I'm ...

Amsterdam, happiness, Dad and I.

A travel blog entry by skannyboy


... which did great food and several strong beers. After that we walked around a bit into what we thought was an inoccuous suburb next to the canal; or so we thought until the red lit windows that make this city so famous started popping up around the place which seemed bizarre for 2 reasons: firstly as we were about 15 minutes away from the red-light district and secondly because the area was otherwise very classy.

On Monday we went to the bodywords exhibition happiness ...

Day 29 - Amsterdam, Holland

A travel blog entry by byrneymack


... budget on museums lol. in the end we were delaying the inevitable and that was heading to see Amsterdams infamous Red Light District. A short stroll and you can sense a change, it's like stepping into another world. I was expecting Hindley St on steroids, but what we got was a very well policed area that had a carnival like atmosphere. Bays of Red Light windows line the canals, with prostitutes in all shapes and sizes on display trying to woo the next passer by in. ...

Day 19 - Amsterdam, Suitable for mature audiences

A travel blog entry by christie.orr


... was running around outside! I had a bit of a mission trying to catch him for a photo.
After we were all finished at the clogg factory and had had a taste of the varieties of Edam cheese we were off to our next destination. AMSTERDAM! When we got into Amsterdam we made a stop to do a bike ride around a small town. This was unlike the bike ride in Austria that was on mountain bikes, In Amsterdam we were riding what Lucy likes to call 'Granny Bikes', ...

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This B&B, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Cafe Chris, Bloemgracht, Kitsch Kitchen, and Abraham Kef's.
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