Prinsengracht 967, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1017 KL, Netherlands | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Let's do this!

A travel blog entry by amzah

I've always had a dream to do at least one thing in my life that can be considered as something 'big' :) Well, some things happened which led to my decision to quit my job at the start of 2014. 'What the #*^# should I do now?' was the next question. 'Find a new job, do some small trips, take a nice holiday before I start my new job!?!?' Here I am now and I'll take the opportunity to travel 3 months through Thailand, Laos, Cambodja and Vietnam. I have to admit, I'm ...

Amsterdam day 1

A travel blog entry by oziscot


Got to the station Gare du Nord by bus. The Metro is impossible with cases. There are so many stairs and long cross station hikes. While sitting waiting for our train we saw several soldiers with guns and then who should walk by but Kevin Rudd. Looks like he just got off the Eurostar train from London. We didn't get a chance to take a photo as he was past in a flash.

It took three and half hour to get to Amsterdam from Paris. ...

Touchdown in Amsterdam.

A travel blog entry by joerowson


... and cars are seldom seen! Bike parks store bikes in their hundreds, and probably thousands. It’s crazy. Will decided a bike tour of the city would be fun, and so I rode on the back of his bike out to Albert Cuyp Market, where there was a mixture of fresh fruit and veg, clothes and antique stalls. We met one guy (I forgot to ask his name) who was selling his own grown stuff, like the giant beetroot! I’ve beer seen anything quite like ...

The 'A' towns: Aachen and Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jimwitmer

... gilded, intricate mosaics on the ceilings, floors and walls were spectacular, and the mostly modern-style stained glass windows that were installed in 1952 make a beautiful counterpoint to the much older mosaics.

After a very fun afternoon of touring, we headed back an hour or so north to the city of Ratingen where Eva and her family live. We were also joined by her sister Christine (another floor-mate from the dorm in Göttingen) and her husband Gerald. We has a ...

Meetings-Planned and Chance

A travel blog entry by paula.lupkin


... and brushstrokes.

One of the best parts of Amsterdam was not the city itself but the trip in and out of town via the IJ and North Sea Channel/Canal. The industrial and especially the energy landscape stretched for miles, with huge fields of oil tanks alongside the largest fields of (modern) windmills and slag heaps I’ve ever seen. Amsterdam’s Petrochemicaland is not as large as the Houston Ship Channel, but it ...

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This B&B, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Museum van Loon, Von Loon Museum, Fotografie Museum Amsterdam (FOAM), and Museum Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis.
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