Funky Chicken

Address: Spuistraat 90, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012TZ, Netherlands | 1 star condo
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This 1 star condo, located in the Burgwallen-Nieuwe Zijde area of Amsterdam, is near Randy Roy's Redlight Tour, Magna Plaza, Sauna Deco, and City.
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Exploring the Nether Regions

A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Oct 29, 2015

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... To use the bathroom requires Jenga motions involving both of us and our luggage. This is not to suggest, of course, that they would neglect the opportunity to charge over 100 euro for this room. Anyway.

So I've never been to Amsterdam, or the Netherlands (note: I am vaguely uncomfortable with geographic names requiring a determiner in their titles. Is it "The Netherlands" or "the Netherlands"? Is it "The Hague" or "the Hague"? Punctuation ...

Day 13 - Belgium to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 14, 2015

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... cafe on the square for a bit of lunch was our first priority, we both realized how hungry we were. We found a spot that looked fairly crowded and decided that was a good sign. The food was mediocre but it filled the void. We wandered about and took some photos of some of the local shops buildings and a church. (Check out our pictures with brief descriptions). Delft is famous for its blue porcelain. While we saw numerous shops offering dishes, tiles, windmills, you ...

"Train Fast, Bike Flexible"

A travel blog entry by samuel.copelan on Jul 08, 2015

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... to go to a city where they do not have a second or third bike. One of the options is to used a nationally used bike from the bike share program. It costs money to use the bike, but once again this can all be paid for with the travel card. the second (and not recommended) way is to bring your bike on the train. This isn't recommended because there isn't enough room on the trains if everyone wants to bring their own bike.

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A travel blog entry by rennokid on Jun 19, 2015

We started the day off with a high speed train ride to Amsterdam. In the afternoon we are going on a guided tour of the Dutch capital. After our tour we are going to have free time and may rent bike's to ride along the canal and take pictures of the old ...

Museums & Cheese

A travel blog entry by aus_ambo_abroad on May 23, 2015

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... and stopped in some bike shops because Amsterdam have the coolest bike accessories! We had a stroopwafel for dinner, which was delicious but not particularly healthy. We found a shop that had nothing but rubber duckies in different costumes and outfits. Luckily it was closed or I might have ended up with a few. We walked past Anne Frank Huis again but the line was still massive, so we parked ourselves in a 'coffee shop' called 'Lost in Amsterdam' that had a ...