Seven Windmills Bed & Breakfast

Kerkstraat 369, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1017HW, Netherlands | B&B
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A travel blog entry by larissajcroom


... Weert before I left for Maastricht to meet my Couchsurfing host. I wandered the city for several hours unable to get onto my host or housemate, all hostels were booked out that I called. I finally got onto them when I was really starting to stress where I would be spending the hours until the airport opened early morning. I joined Ali's housemate Jess, an Aussie exchange student and other CS for a drink but when home early for bed, I was so sick I literally had no voice left!


A travel blog entry by stephjames


... we headed to a big market we'd seen the day before, it was just one street but it was pretty big. They sold all sorts. Food, electronics, clothing, shoes plenty of drug related paraphernalia and I'm sure you'd find drugs if you looked hard enough. We had stroopwaffles which are really thin almost biscuits that are sweet and cinnamony. They put two sandwiched together with gorgeous thick gooey caramel, so messy and sticky but worth it. In the evening we decided to do a red light ...

Back to Austria, then Holland, and beyond

A travel blog entry by ginenneandrob


... used to be a group of islands. The area was manipulated to form city blocks and canals. Now pedal bikes are the main form of transportation. 70 percent of the trips taken are by bike and they pack a good majority of the streets. We hit a really good outdoor market as well.

Upon our attempt to leave Europe we were given a good lesson on entry requirement for Central American countries. I had researched as ...

Amsterdam Today and Yesterday

A travel blog entry by warrencliffe


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  • Learnt about the houses with sloping forward fronts the hook at the top of the building hoists the furniture up and into the top window and if the house slopes forward it helps this process and stops the furniture smashing into the windows below, and a bonus is more area available in the house as the back also slopes out and then they only pay taxes on the ...

  • Canals and tulips

    A travel blog entry by crownie


    ... shopping, shopping and more shopping. the tram system was amazing and the sunsets were also a highlight of our stay. Also found the red light district very interesting, and the tourist strip where so many coffee houses are set up etc. central station on the canal was the biggest train station I have ever seen, and there were literally thousands of cycles on the racks in the surrounding area in the city. this place was amazing and very ...



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