Seven Windmills Bed & Breakfast

Address: Kerkstraat 369, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1017HW, Netherlands | B&B
 
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    Final thoughts

    A travel blog entry by jonreilly85 on Mar 07, 2015

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... moments O - Matt screaming '*****asaurus' at the hill in to Cochrane O - Me screaming '*******' at a flock of Rea's out on the pampa who swiftly fled at top speed O - The naked bridge jump. Nothing worse than riding in wet cycling shorts! O - The naked cycle. A stunt to demonstrate the shear lack of cars and remoteness of our cycling adventure. Please ask if you want the photographic proof!? O - Bernadinho's bonk O - Bernadinho chasing after condors O - Getting blown ...

    Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by foxc on Jan 06, 2015

    8 photos

    Found a lovely local cafe to enjoy some breakfast, and we set off on the train to the city. I had not done any research on public transport passes so we bought a day return ticket for around 11 Euros. Once we got to the city we started to explore, and Claudio found an H & M store to buy some new clothes. We thought we would do the Anne Frank Huis museum first but the queue was really long so we decided we would leave it for now. We hopped on a canal tour which was really interesting ...

    Docked in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by oldbag on Nov 09, 2014

    29 photos

    ... talk before dinner, although this was our last night Rob n I retired rather early because we were both very unwell with a cold :( Oh well still got another 2 nights Amsterdam.



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    Amsterdam is the most watery city in the world. The canals of Amsterdam have been part of the city's landscape since the early fourteenth century. However most of the current canals were built during the seventeenth century. ...

    Windmills and Countryside

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Sep 07, 2014

    46 photos

    ... to view this picturesque town famous for its cheese. I would describe it as quaint, with its canal and pretty streets. We stopped at the cheese market to sample some cheese and then had some time to wander around. Unfortunately, this was the one day we had rain and we had to take shelter in a store for about 10 minutes while it poured, so we didn't get to do much other than look in a few shops. We did by a few chocolate covered ...

    London & Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by alicedoeseurope on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... to the front and take a picture and we weren't that interested. Now that it is nearing the end of our trip we are kind of tired of being tourists. We decided we were going to be frugal locals and take the underground "tube" back to the area of our hotel before dinner. Well we kept getting confused and some man became very concerned for us and helped us out quite a bit. We ended up giving him $10 and by the time we did all of the train transfers and buying tickets I would say it ...

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