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

Splendid house on the Keizersgracht

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Apr 29, 2015

5 comments, 21 photos

This morning the temperature was a nippy 47-degrees, with partly cloudy skies and enough wind to give us less than ideal walking weather. But around 11 o'clock we buttoned-up, and gave it a go, heading to the Leidseplein once again, then through Max Euweplein, and crossed the Singelgracht canal to enter the eastern side of the Vondelpark.

Vondelpark, which covers an area of 110+ acres, is the largest city park in Amsterdam, and the most famous park in ...

A day at the the museums.

A travel blog entry by rskil on Apr 11, 2015

... The famous rjikmuseum building looks like a palace. It has huge images the are embed into the walls representing Hollands culture. We decide to walk through the huge walk way that divides the building in half through to the gardens. We would love to visit this museum but have decide to go on to the van Gough museum - it is free as we have the Amsterdam card, and it is 125 years since his death. Like all of the major museums you need patience as you wait in the long que. We just made ...


A travel blog entry by garyorme on Jan 12, 2015

13 photos

... wandering about with silly grins, blind to the wonder of all the history which surrounds them. We now bound up the stairs at the apartment or anywhere else for that matter like Gazelles in the chase. We have covered K' after K' on our daily walks sometimes covering as much as twelve kilometres at a time and rarely is the scenery somewhere we had already covered.

France. Italy and Spain call us onwards in our journey of discovery but Amsterdam will always have a special ...

Het Scheepvaartmuseum, Maritime Museum

A travel blog entry by amcvgood on Dec 21, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... the ship docked. We both liked it very much.

We were meeting for dinner one of Claire's classmate whose family came in to visit. The restaurant was in walking distance so off we went. We saw a beautiful flower stand and inside was the biggest bulldog I had ever seen. Martha had to make friends with it so I took a picture of the stand. Claire was to met us at the Windmill Brewery, one of her hangouts, so ...

London-Brussels,Belguim-Amsterdam Area,Holland

A travel blog entry by bobjenhub on Sep 21, 2014

10 photos

... awarded toll privileges to the settlement, which implied city-rights. Because no earlier documents are known, 1275 it is seen as the founding date of Amsterdam as a city. In the 14th century, the local fishermen began exporting their herring to Hamburg, trading their catch for beer. In 1341, the Amsterdam traders acquired a privilege for a monopoly of all beer exports from Hamburg to Holland and Flanders. In return, they carried textiles to Hamburg ...

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