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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping Vliegenbos Amsterdam
Very nice place to stay. A bit outside the centre but very good bus connections help along. The staff is really friendly, the camp is clean und secure. Only negative point is that there is no parking at the campsite so you have to park a few streets away but other than that I would recommend this camping place.
You can also rent bikes, have free wifi and get a map so that's something.
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For this roadtrip we had a vague itenary but we hadn't booked anything and hadn't planned how long we would stay where. Since I had already been camping in Amsterdam the year before I knew that Camping Zeeburg was a rather nice place to stay. But since it was pouring rain we decided against camping and went to look a cheap hostel or hotel. After …
... from Van Dobben we went for a walk through the Bloemenmarkt wishing it were possible to bring some of the beautiful tulip bulbs home with us for the garden. Mum loved the Delft china and I was afraid for a moment our light weight luggage was about to be taken over by a dinner set or two! I also introduced Mum to the Hema store. On our second day in the city we started off with a leisurely breakfast at Cafe Nielsen and a visit to the Anne Frank house. A ...
Cold and cloudy today, and forecast for rain, so we decided to spend the day indoors at museums today. Unfortunately, we weren't the only ones with the same idea and, as a result, both museums were very crowded. Both the Rijksmuseum (Rijks, for short) and Van Gogh Museum are located in the Museumplein, a park-like square bordered by the two museums, a third art museum called Stedelijk, and the Concertgebouw (classical music hall). Museumplein is only about a 10 ...
... and dirty door. Inside, the place was packed with people and filled with smoke (specifically, weed). As I was too early to check in I left my bag in the luggage room, or should I say rubbish room (usefully lined with a few crates) and went to meet with some friends from the tour. After dropping my bag I met up with my friends in front of the infamous Grasshopper bar (purveyors of fine weed and other products) and we had a nice time wandering in circles until we found a cafe ...
... avenue of beautiful trees on both sides of the canal. Lots of bike riders along the tow path. We are on the Amsterdam/Rhine Canal. Soon to join the Rhine which will take us into Germany and Cologne.
There are only about 2 people under 60 on this cruise. 166 on board - a moving retirement village!!!
We have started a separate blog as we are running out ...
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