Albay Homestay

Address: Wijttenbachstraat 30 , Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1092, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Plantage area of Amsterdam, is near Tropenmuseum, Damrak, Tropeninstituut, and Kindermuseum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Albay Homestay Amsterdam

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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

I, Amsterdam.

A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Nov 21, 2014

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... that in this blog, each time trying to tell myself it makes doing ANYTHING okay if you say "When in" beforehand? Hahaha). Strangely though, I was super ******* chill with the whole situation. I just remember being sat there thinking, "No, Joanne, you can't stand up right now. Try again in ten minutes, it'll pass." I think I'm too damn logical for this scene. The short and short is, I stand by my 14-year-old self's opinion on weed: what is the ******* point? You smoke it, ...

Boarding our Baltic cruise in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by goodner on Jul 31, 2014

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... and a Venti Black Iced Tea. A noticeable difference between Munich and Amsterdam: everyone in Holland speaks perfect English, and they know how to make a black iced tea. Everywhere else in Europe, I've had to explain to the friendly non-English speaking Starbucks staff how to pour a brewed English Breakfast black tea into a large glass of ice. But the wonderful staff at this Amsterdam Starbucks understood me perfectly and knew exactly what to do. ...

Amsterdam is lovely

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Jun 12, 2014

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... Many of the buildings are crooked, as their foundations are sinking. Some are held up by their neighbours. A lot of the houses along the canals were warehouses and still have their loading hooks on the top floor.

It was a lovely evening, and many people were out in the parks, pubs, and restaurants. Some young 'uns were even swimming in the canal!

We caught a tram home, stopping to buy more groceries, and a beer for me.

I'm not bitter, I'm bitterBALLEN. Day 2.

A travel blog entry by jennyblumberg on May 21, 2014

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... the description for one of his paintings mentioned that the colors originally were more brilliant. He painted with very dramatic swaths of color, going against convention at the time. I felt like perhaps he knew his paintings should be enjoyed for centuries even after they faded. One of my favorite paintings on display was the blossoming almonds he painted for his nephew. It's a lovely painting to welcome ...


A travel blog entry by karangi on May 21, 2014

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... trendy areas including the Jordaan were just steps away.

What a find, the only draw back that there were no elevators and it was 37 steep, steep, steep stairs to reception! Luckily our room was on a lower floor and we only has to contend with 17 of them on regular basis.

We enjoyed our time walking the canals, being overwhelmed by the number of bicycles in the city. The approximate population is around 800,000 and we think everyone uses a bike ...

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