Staalstraat 32, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1011 JM, Netherlands | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Red Light District

A travel blog entry by alanah.may


Our trip to Amsterdam was an interesting one! Our first night involved a traditional Amsterdam 'sex show' then some partying which resulted in Chris being sick in the toilets at a club for two hours! We found out exactly what the red light district consisted of which was a bit of a shock! Once we got home and rested we were good to go for the next day. Our first stop was the Anne Frank house Museum which was ...


A travel blog entry by callumhislam

... me that look which am now very used to receiving which means 'youre a crazy ******* but go for it'.

On Monday night I learn that Ajax are playing in the Champions league the following evening and think about staying around for that but I'm already spending lots of money and am really itching to get on the bike and get going while the weather is good, so decide to do just that the following morning.
That evening I met a Kiwi guy called Chris at the campsite who was ...

Clogs, Fishing and Red Lights

A travel blog entry by philandjan


... buildings have a lean. There are over 100km of canals linking 90 islands and over 1500 bridges. Amsterdam is often called the Venice of the North.

The canals of Amsterdam are a UNESCO World Heritage site, and form concentric rings around the city. They have fascinating names - like the Gentlemans' (or Patricians') canal, named for the Gentleman owners of the warehouses, the Emperors Canal and Princes Canal. We also saw the Anne Frank Huis, the house where Anne Frank and ...


A travel blog entry by robchurch


... Having possession of our rental bikes still, we used them to cruise over to the Anne Frank museum. The line was longer than ever, and we decided that the hour and a half wait it likely would have taken was better served at a museum.

We decided to see the massive Rijkesmuseum; one of the biggest in Europe. I enjoyed the Rembrandt exhibition as well as the sculpture displays. However, my favorite area was Special Collections on floor 0. This ...


A travel blog entry by david.seldon


... auto; ">Not long after we'd re-commenced our journey, Treas observed that we'd passed a particular shop a little while ago in the other tram....and again a bit further on.....(I'd missed all this because I'd been standing, as the tram was full, and all I'd seen for most of the trip was some very large, very black man's armpit, and the top of a lot of burkas.......


This B&B, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near Muziektheater, Nationale Ballet, International Theaterschool, and Het Internationale Danstheater.
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