Hotel Patou

Address: P.C. Hooftstraat 63, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1071 BN, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Museumplein/Vondelpark area of Amsterdam, is near Emporio Armani, Ab Donkers, Boss, and DKNY.
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      My start.

      A travel blog entry by raymcardle on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... I scarfed down a equally disgusting panini from some kiosk restaurant where the employees acted as if I was taking from their personal supply. I don't lie when I tell you that the lady took my order was on her cellphone talking to her friends. I really didn't want to hear what your plans were when you got out of work. I boarded the plane and waited to take off. I got a exit row that divides first class from ...

      Farewell Amsterdam, for now

      A travel blog entry by moirsbetripin on Sep 09, 2014

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      It was our last day in Amsterdam before we return in a few weeks for our flight home.

      We visited the Anne Frank house, l'm sure most will know the story of Anne Frank, a 13 year old Jewish girl who went into hiding with her family during the war to avoid being captured by the Gestapo. Eight people lived in a secret attic for 2 years ...

      Do as the locals do in Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Aug 01, 2014

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      ... got my first taste of the 17th century streets, iconic canals, funky shops and overall just enjoyed taking in the sights of many worlds-within-worlds where nothing seemed the same. There a more bikes than people in Amsterdam (bikes 1 million, people 750000) so must admit it was a relief to be able to follow a local cycling through the busy Amsterdam streets and navigating the lights, crossings, bike lanes, particularly when riding on the opposite side of the road ...

      I AMsterdam

      A travel blog entry by deep21 on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... personal transportation in the city. Never had i thought that trams could run right in the centre of the city in parallel with the other modes of transport. The city has a well built and well maintained infrastructure.

      Walking for less than an hour we reached the Rijksmuseum. At the entrance of the museum was the famous I Amsterdam sign which was surrounded by tourists of all ages eagerly waiting to click pictures and cafes filled with tourists ...

      The Return begins

      A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Jun 14, 2014

      ... the one stop and each ferry line arrives at a different wharf. This one was around the bend from the last time we arrived here, so it took us a couple of minutes to figure out where we where.) We caught the bus to Marco Polo Airport and all went smoothly until we arrived. The place was chaotic. There were thousands of people arriving to catch their flight. Check in doesn't open until two hours before departure, so we ...