Minos B&B

Address: Kruithuisstraat 18 , Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1018 WW, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Plantage area of Amsterdam, is near Artis Zoo, Scheepvaart Museum (Ships Museum), Brouwerij 't IJ, and De Gooier (Funenmolen).
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Rembrandt and Red Lights

A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 29, 2015

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... inspired by the art of Japan, the Dutch were inspired by Indonesia. The next gallery held objects relating to the Netherlands experiences with Indonesia and contained items such as plundered treasures of gold ad jewels as well as objects of slavery that were chilling to see.

From there, the galleries went back to the Napoleonic Era, showcasing French works made for foreign kings in the Empire style. There was also a room dedicated to the survivors ...

Canals and Museums

A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jun 01, 2015

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... its all ok.

Amsterdam is hilarious. We found a park and decided to catch a canal boat around. A bit like Venice - minus the gondolas. I wasn't expecting that. Its a beautiful day and the sun is shining. We also want to check out Anne Frank's house, and maybe a museum or two.

There are (I found out on the canal boat ride) over 555 000 bicycles in this city and an average of 10 000 get stolen each year. Its ******* nuts. There are bike lanes everywhere -- ...

Flight change

A travel blog entry by bal0011 on Mar 10, 2015

Amsterdam was only a quick stop off i didn't get to see much other then the inside of the airport. i only had a hour stop off which didn't give anytime to look around like in dhabi.

once i got off the plane it was god the stretch my legs and have something good to eat besides the yucky aeroplane food.

After that it was back on the plane to my first official stop on my holiday LONDON!

Day 4: Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 25, 2014

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... One thing that really stood out was that it was incredibly flat. No wonder they all ride bikes, there are no hills. The only time the land rises is for the dykes in the distance. The tour guide explained that we were travelling across poulders, which is land below sea level that has been reclaimed by building the dykes. They'd build dykes, dry the land between them, then build on it. Apparently 66% of Holland is made up of this land! As it was raining again, I ...

Day 40

A travel blog entry by super_saurus on Jul 05, 2014

... panda for him but a bit of a relief for me! Fauve had been telling me about how Rhi and Liam greened out and I didn't want to have to deal with that! We wandered back past some shops, nothing too interesting, then made our way to meet our next walking tour of the Red Light District with Lee again. Red Light District Walking Tour: Learned about how the area came to be. Learned about the way it works and what it costs. The base rate for a 15 min 'suck and ****' is ...

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