De Lastage Apartments
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Photos of De Lastage Apartments
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews De Lastage Apartments Amsterdam
Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... area of narrow converging streets packed with restaurants, outdoor cafes and music venues. The Indonesian specialty here is called Rice Table, which is a full meal of numerous small dishes. Kind of like tapas served all at once. It's served with two types of rice and a small fried banana dessert. They place it on hot plates to keep the food warm. We accompanied it with draft Heineken. It doesn't get any fresher than right here in Amsterdam.
... 8364;150! Winning! Got rid of my winter stuff and then realised that all I have to land in London is shorts and tops and dresses... We got some lunch and then we all separated to go check in to our new hostels. I had pre booked a hotel thank god. We organised to meet up later tonight. I got to my hotel and had to wait a bit to check in but once I got into my room and laid on ANOTHER proper bed I fell asleep for nearly 2 hours. I woke up ...
... walk down the street again.
We toured the entire annex, Josie reading everything and really focusing on what had happened. The highlight for all of us was seeing her diary, her actual diary from which her book was made. Her handwriting was so precise and perfect and small. What a treasure that was saved for the world.
The museum does a wonderful job of capturing Anne and her thoughts. We could have spent more time than the 45 minutes we had, ...
... the couch, drank a beer and hung out for the entire afternoon. The Netherlands lost to Portugal that day, but my dad came away with a dear friend - Frances.
Frances has been our guide in Amsterdam, showing us places we never would have found by ourselves.
We started at the Dappermarkt in East Amsterdam for second hand bikes. The neighborhood is home to immigrants from Turkey, Morocco and Suriname. Then we ...
... speed train we'd talked about with the first guy, and yes there were seats available. Maybe he just doesn't like tourists or people with rail passes. However, they were asking 30 Euro. The 5 hour train from Berlin had cost us 11 and these guys wanted 30 for a two hour ride? Forget it. We took the slow train because it's not that much slower. Not sure that was a good decision. That train got to Rotterdam, then said it couldn't go on since another train up ...