De Leydsche Hof

Leidsegracht 14, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1016, Netherlands | 2 star b&b
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Something fishy in Holland - Day 4

A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg

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... plus the technical aspects: the paint and canvas types, the implications of objects, positioning, and light.

We had worked up an appetite and so headed to another recommended restaurant: Umami Sushi. The food was impeccable and we shared a variety of bites, much like tapas. It didn't turn out to be what you would expect from a sushi restaurant, but still tasted good.

For once we decided to spend the night in. We procured food to make dinner at home plus a bottle of wine.

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Sex, Drugs and Genever...

A travel blog entry by alexissnow

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... of women advertising what they had to sell – city of scandal. I knew preparation was going to be crucial for this adventure especially because of the various agendas that each person had and all the crazy things I had heard about the city. As usual I turned to a Rick Steves E-book on the Netherlands. I was pleasantly surprised as I learned about everything else there was to see and do in the city and that all of our time was not going to be the hangover part ...

Lessons Learned

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

... and wicked dancing skills to boot.

6. That said, follow your gut sometimes. If you feel like you left something behind….you probably did. Enough said. ALWAYS DOUBLE CHECK THE WHEREABOUTS OF YOUR PASSPORT.

7. Talking about snobs and players – definitely give people a chance, but the world is full of people. You’re not going to like everybody, and that’s cool. Don’t waste your time ...

Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by stephjames

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... of Venice, just because of all the canals and boats. It's a very pretty city. It's also a very odd city, all in about 100 metres of each other is a hipster cafe, a kindergarten and then sex workers selling. Apparently if you ask the kids what the ladies are doing they'll reply "duh, selling their kisses" adorable innocence. But all of these businesses operate beside each other with no issues! You wouldn't find that in many cities. There are 1.2 million bikes here, and only ...

Days 112 - 116: Amsterdam and Brussels

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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... below. The use of dykes, locks, windmills and pumping systems help control this which is why the 4,000km of navigable canals, lakes, and rivers in Netherlands is so important for this countries survival.

Amsterdam's soil consists of a thick layer of fen and clay. All buildings are built on wooden poles that are fixed in a sandy layer that is 11 meters deep on average. The Royal Palace at Dam Square is built on 13,659 wooden poles. Often the brick apartment buildings ...

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This 2 star B&B, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Bible Museum (Bijbels Museum), Krijtberg, Frozen Fountain, and Zipper.
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