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TravelPod Member ReviewsTruelove Guesthouse Amsterdam
We stayed in a lovely room, with attached bathroom, along the canal, which was very close to the railway station and tour operators. Really comfortable.
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... in a room of their own. He was Dutch-born but worked mostly in New York.
I think I forgot to mention that I wanted to go to Anne Frank's House but the line was insane. Worse than Versailles. Jorgen, the canal boat captain, said they actually made a documentary film about the lines at the Anne Frank house and that they can be 4-5 hours long! I saw it from the outside and then read about it on Wikipedia. I was satisfied.
... in the Netherlands and the three of us decided to give following one of them a go. We failed miserably.
Our aim was to get to the neighbouring town of Laren where there's apparently an old poffertje house which serves those tiny delicious little Dutch pancakes from a generations-old poffertje pan. Unfortunately, the combination of the Almere area being so covered in bike paths that the map looks like a plate of pasta, the assumption that when you ...
... Free drinks at every bar and free unlimited vodka for everyone. When I say they pour it down your throat, I mean it literally; a guy is walking around the club just pouring vodka from the bottle into your mouth every ten minutes or so. Needless to say, I don't remember the third bar we went to. Or fourth, or fifth. Or the sixth. There were six? Christ. Yep, there were indeed - a quick check of the camera and pictures I don't remember taking are confirming this. I fell ...
... so close to our window made Jess sea sick again and so she was keen to hit the town of Amsterdam. The whole tour group headed into the city. Amsterdam is based around the major historical shipping port of a network of canals similar to Venice. The name comes from the dam of the river Amstel. It became a major trading port where the entire wealth of the Dutch Empire passed through in the 16th and 17th centuries. As an historic sailing port, a major part of ...
... as well as a boat ride on the city’s famous canals. It is amazing to think that the majority of the city sits below sea level, and was originally settled 600 years ago when it was primarily marsh and swamp land, and was slowly reclaimed as it grew.
The canals are one of the features that make the city so very special, and the majority of the homes along the canals were built in the 1600s, and still retain their original facades, complete with ...