Albay Homestay

Wijttenbachstraat 30 , Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1092, Netherlands | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Plantage area of Amsterdam, is near Tropenmuseum, Damrak, Tropeninstituut, and Muiderpoorttheater.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Albay Homestay Amsterdam

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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

A Sad Walk through History

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 55 photos

... that lasted for 200 years. In 1625, the Dutch settled what they call New Amsterdam, now known as Manhattan Island. In 1815, their Great Canal was built. Of course, one can't forget Rembrandt or Van Gogh nor the 100,000 Jews that were deported by the Nazi occupation during WW2.

We started our walk heading for Dam Square--the main square in the town. There are bicyclists all over the city. There are even bicycle garages. If you ever go, ...

Amster-Dan

A travel blog entry by travelindan on Aug 07, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... a car. You can get there almost as fast by bike. If you accommodate for it, they will come.



We figured out which side to walk on thanks to a kind local that spewed Dutsch at us while swerving by on his bicycle pointing at the black part of the sidewalk. I can’t ever be certain, but by the tone of his voice and the spit coming out as he gritted his teeth, I can imagine he was saying, “Please step on this black side while walking ...

Amsterdam day 4-5 and Rotterdam day 1

A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Jul 11, 2014

7 photos

... local chick, dressed as a biker and wearing wooden clogs (which she wore for the entire bike ride). Mike was funny and informative and made all of feel confident for the ride ahead. Starting off in the city was good but a little challenging negotiating our way between trams, buses, locals on their very fast bikes and what appeared to be half of Australia's 18-21 year olds. Once we had gotten past the hustle and bustle we were then coasting alongside the main canal checking out ...

Smoke, Munchies, oh and canals....

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jun 09, 2014

22 photos

... Toronto. These looked to be low income buildings that had high unemployment issues. The area was littered with trash, balconies cluttered with 'stuff', unkept green spaces and loads of graffitti everywhere. The area did not feel safe and the residents did not look friendly or inviting. We were also surprised at the number of ethnic areas, everything from African, middle Eastern, Asian, Turkish, etc. I wonder if the average Holland native feels a little lost in their own city.
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New Year's in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by emseurope on Dec 29, 2013

8 photos

... br> As our tour group went out to the cheese and clog factory we did on the first tour we met the cousin's at the ice skating rink near the 'I Amsterdam' sign, with a quick snack, hot chocolates and more catching up we walked over to the sign for a mini photoshot, with me trying to control the crowd making sure we attempted to get the best photo's with the least amount of people in them! It was a funny time as I asked people to step back and helped children along! The time ...

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