The Eelhouse B&B

Address: Tweede Lindendwarsstraat 21, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands | B&B
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This B&B, located on Tweede Lindendwarsstraat 21, Amsterdam, is near The Jordaan, Amsterdam Tulip Museum, Cafe 't Smalle, and Noordermarkt.
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Full Day in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by karenstephens on May 13, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

The sky is a little overcast today, but thankfully it is not raining. We were told that it rained for a solid week in Amsterdam just prior to our arrival yesterday. We have a busy day of sightseeing lined up for today and we will need to get an early start. Breakfast was brought to our room at 8:15 a.m. We had coffee, tea, fruit, yogurt, cheese, …

From Vikings to Van Gogh Country

A travel blog entry by karenstephens on May 12, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

We got up at 3:15 a.m. to catch the 4:30 a.m. bus to the airport. Our flight left a little later than scheduled, but we still arrived at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport at 1:00 p.m., only about 20 minutes late. We withdrew some Euros from an ATM and purchased our metro tickets to the Central Train Station. The metro to the station took about 20 …

Day 33- Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by rachaelmcneil on Aug 12, 2014

... district. We had some chips and cheese for lunch and got our bags cos we were changing hostels. We had a nice place for Adrian's birthday, it was a bit further out but right near a station and we had an amazing room with a really nice bathroom and a huge comfy bed! We got ready for dinner and caught the train to the restaurant! We went to the most amazing all you can eat AND DRINK teppenyaki style restaurant! It was amazing cos we got to pour our own drinks and ...

Canal Cruise

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Jul 27, 2014

49 photos

... The were built very narrow along the canals to make the most of 'canal front' space. To make up for this narrowness, they were built tall and very deep. The houses all have hoist beams on top to assist in moving furniture and other heavy items in and out of the upper floors as staircases are very steep and narrow. To mitigate all the hoisting they had to do, they also built the houses to lean slightly to the front.

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by anavela on Jun 28, 2014

7 photos

... that sometimes I don't have time to realize that this is real.
Another highlight of the day was meeting Maire Cobac and Robina Nawrath, MAP 1 and our hosts for the next two days. I felt we were meeting celebrities after hearing so much about them! We had an unforgettable evening watching the Netherlands - Mexico game and ending in a Spanish restaurant cheering with Sangria.


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