Prinsenhuis

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

    On our way

    A travel blog entry by kshawtheiv on May 13, 2015

    15 photos

    ... with. We ended up landing very early, at about 5:30... We weren't able to get into the crown room because there wasn't a delta crown room here at this airport... So. We ended up sitting in chairs for a really long time. It took 5 minutes to go through customs and get our baggage. So now we are siting at Burger King at the airport waiting to take a taxi to the apartment we are staying at. Needless to say we are all feeling sleep deprived... I'm ready to ...

    Brussels to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by davecatherine on Apr 27, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... holiday our itinerary was changed to keep us out of the city which is apparently bedlam on this day. The morning instead was spent at Keukenhof Gardens. These gardens are only open 6 weeks of the year when all the bulbs are flowering. It truly was the most beautiful park we have ever seen and photos don't do justice to the colour or expanse of it. Had lovely lunch-hot ham rolls and a waffle sitting on the lawn. It was a beautiful ...

    "Amsterdam?""Amsterdam central?"

    A travel blog entry by want9814 on Mar 10, 2015

    18 photos

    ... actually appear to lean forward, and are really fun to look at. But they are also old and so many seem to be slipping to one side or the other, at least if looks like the only thing holding some of them up are the buildings on either side. Although we saw the Heineken brewery we passed on the tour, Belgium spoiled us! We did take a tour of Anne Frank's house where Anne and 7 others lived in hiding for two years during ...

    A Side Trip to Delft

    A travel blog entry by al-karen on Dec 01, 2014

    12 photos

    ... 20') and because frontage is so expensive, lots of homes are 5 stories tall with no elevator and very steep steps. Many are now apartments. The rich were able to purchase five or more lots to build mansions. Some were originally warehouses converted years ago into living space.

    With the canal tour at an end, we walk around the town some more. It's dark now. It gets dark at 4:10pm and dawn is 8:10am so our daylight hours are limited. This will be typical ...

    Bus to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 17, 2014

    ... nearby. We had to duck to get into the downstairs area which could only be called a basement/drug den. We already had weed so we smoked for free, with Maria taking one for the team and buying a hot chocolate so we could stay there. After Issy rejoined us we took a stroll through the Red Light district, which was everything it had been talked up to be. Lots of wide windows rimmed with red light with women in lingerie inside, posing and beckoning ...