Dutch Masters Apartments
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Dutch Masters Apartments
TripAdvisor Reviews Dutch Masters Apartments Amsterdam
Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
From 2002-2005, this was my home. To this day I still think about going back to the place that I originally hated but ended up loving. I was given the opportunity to travel to different countries at such a young age. I am thankful because I believe my life would have been vastly different if I had stayed in Canada during my impressionable ...
... the Red Light District and decided (along with all of the other tourists) to venture in for a look. This is certainly a unique part of the city and after a quick walk up and down a few of the alleys Bree and I decided we had seen enough. Truly unlike anything you can see anywhere else in the world we are definitely glad we experienced it on our trip. It was interesting to see the rows of windows with the girls behind them and even more interesting to see the ...
... is rather overwhelming at times, but at the same time quite funny. We times our visit well - it's Gay Pride this weekend in Amsterdam. I'm sure you can only imagine the sights we saw - including a real life Emily from Little Britain! Last night we had a quick walk through the red light district - and me being naive I have to say I was amazed at how close to the films and books it actually is! The streets are lined with scantily ...
... in the actual seats went for 75 euros, you could see just fine while standing. I watched for a good bit as various people came into the square – queens, jesters, horses, etc. I eventually got tired (they had to announce everything in three languages – took forever!). I walked the short two blocks back to my hotel, and realized that the parade actually started up the street from my hotel, so everyone was walking right in front of it. So, I stood ...
... food shot. It has a quiet pedestrian zone, and a small town feel that we like. It invites you in, to relax, have something to eat, look around for a while. We did all three. Once again being Holland, there are canals to see, crazy bikers but not a whole lot of pot. (So you don't get super hungry!)
After this we took off to a little sea side place called Scheveningen. This was a place that Guenther's parents used to visit. He had not been here since he was ...