Parkzijde Bed & Breakfast

Oosterpark 53, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1092AP, Netherlands | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Colorful Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by twogirlsonetrip


... is impressive in that they have women of all sizes and shapes and colors. It's not America where if you're above a size four or don't have fake tits you don't make the cut. Some of them were fully clothed in rather not sexy clothing besides. At the very least it gives the impression that the people in the booth really get to do and be however they choose. After this I wanted to see a windmill, so we set off for one that our concierge said wss still working as part ...

A day of wet autobahns

A travel blog entry by adventurescot


... of on my last adventure. Finally I find a steakhouse and it’s a massive rack of ribs for dinner.

Outside the rain is back on and coming down by the bucket once again and so it’s back to the hotel and bed!!

Out in the street all night its simply noise from drunken twits shouting and screaming and so again my ear plugs come in very handy.

Tomorrow I plan to find a new camera and go and explore this wonderful city and hopefully not get run over by a ...

Watch Out for AmsterDani

A travel blog entry by bigfootineurope


If I was a hamster I could be HamsterDani. Just think on that for a second...

So the journey begins!
After only sleeping for 3.5hrs Sat night, my wonderful friends Margaret and Sasha kicked me from their car and I managed to tuck and roll right onto the BC Ferry to Vancouver. Ferry ride was choppy and I am once again thankful that I do not eat prior to traveling. From the rain-soaked deck I boarded a Greyhound bus to the airport and I totally didn't get lost trying ...

Amsterdam'd If You Do, Amsterdam'd If You Don't

A travel blog entry by jeffsaunders3


... Switzerland. One beef I have with Switzerland is how bloody expensive everything is! Not to mention that you have to exchange your money into Swiss Francs (they insist on being different) in order to buy anything. Other than that, we were captivated by the beautiful mountains, lakes and waterfalls that surrounded the towns we stopped in. First stop was Lucerne, one of the larger cities, where we were dragged off to a Swiss watch/knife store and badgered to spend more ...

Amsterdam - Europe's "seedy" City

A travel blog entry by graemea


... bikes would be piling the streets. Today, we saw the Bike Police, with their trusty truck and team of two, loading some of the tagged bikes onto the back. Later on, in signs we couldn’t read, looked like a point where the bikes were taken, so owners could come along and claim their missing bike – presumably for a fee.

We found some interesting museums on our travels, with the finale being the Rijksmuseum. The main painting proudly ...

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This B&B, located in the Plantage area of Amsterdam, is near Tropenmuseum, Damrak, Tropeninstituut, and Kriterion.
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