Parkzijde Bed & Breakfast

Address: Oosterpark 53, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1092AP, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Plantage area of Amsterdam, is near Tropenmuseum, Damrak, Kriterion, and Tropeninstituut.
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      A travel blog entry by ivanandchris on Jul 23, 2014


      ... luck that they sit next me to again for an excruciating 45 minute flight,

      We have a fair amount of washing to do and judging by the extra 2 kilos the suitcase has gained in a week it can only be down to sweat and dirt in the clothing. Tomorrow we are off again to St Ives in Cambridgeshire to see Rob, Jo, Josh and of course ...

      Going Dutch!

      A travel blog entry by abeliwasierisaw on Jun 13, 2014

      55 photos

      ... not for me nor Leanne, not nice at all – I think you have to have an acquired taste for it.

      Hollands maze of waterways become apparent where the rivers become bays and inland seas; a true delta. We start seeing little towns with one windmill so large it hovers over the township, so we must be getting closer to Amsterdam.

      The Captain does take us in the port ...

      Beautiful villages near Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by westolz on May 01, 2014

      ... took us to the village of Hoorn. What a beautiful little Dutch village. Many houses (like town houses) are leaning toward the street from settling for the last 400 years. Amazing that they are even still standing. How peaceful life seems to be for residents here, away from the big city but close enough if you need something that Hoorn doesn't have. Back to the bus and a short drive to Edam for a walking ...

      An Experience, plus windmills, cheese and clogs

      A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 19, 2014

      14 photos

      ... centuries of history. Before some of the larger dikes being constructed, flooding was common and resulted in many houses being made on stilts. The lower area was then a more expensive material that could take water (bricks), while the upper area for living would be of wood. Many still have the staircases leading to the front door - on the 2nd floor. The older styles are also coloured green, black or blue, which were the colours available back in the day - ...

      Amsterdam - day 1

      A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 03, 2014

      4 comments, 11 photos

      Our flights went pretty much according to schedule, and we arrived on time in Amsterdam at 10:40 Thursday morning (2:30 a.m. Sask time). I had slept some on the plane, but Roger said he didn't sleep much. We took the bus from the airport to Leidseplein, the square near our apartment on Leidsegracht. Our landlady, Marcelle, had Ivan, our next door neighbor, meet us at the apartment. He was very thorough and showed us all the details of how to work the little stove heater, ...