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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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam


A travel blog entry by foxc on Jan 08, 2015

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We slept in this morning as I had no response from Lauren that the apartment was being occupied by anyone else. This is another advantage of using AirBNB. We headed back to the Milo Cafe for a late brekky/early lunch where we both enjoyed a fantastic beef burger and a coffee and then a vodka/lime. After this it was time to pack up, we had run out of time to do the Heineken Experience so will save this for next time :) We caught ...

Four Countries & the unspeakable

A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 01, 2014


... We then drove off through London and we were given yet another sites tour buy the manager (pointing out the same sites as last time). Once we got out of London we received another speech we had herd from our last manager about how Contiki works. After about an hour on the bus we arrived at the port of Dover (with no time to spare before our ferry leaves) so we quite literally raced through the checkpoint only to be given a random bag check. So the bus was pulled over and they got out ...

The Original Sin City

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Sep 07, 2014

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No trip to the Netherlands is complete without a trip to its capital. We generally don't like touring the big cities through Europe because they all seem very similar, but Amsterdam has its own unique and crazy identity.

The cityscape was very similar to Brugges in Belgium or Venice with the rows of colorful houses along canals, but it seemed to be done better. The streets weren't so cramped and every bridge was adorned ...


A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Aug 01, 2014

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... coffee and some pre-rolled joints. They don't do coffee so the boys grab some joints to go round, I try a pure and a cut, the pure wins easily. I don't have a lot, just enough to calm my nerves of the creeping shock my body is slowly entering post Tomorrowland, it does the trick. I sit down and watch Bambi some how become more blazed, like a piece of toast that came out crispy and someone decided it needed another go. Everyone looks run down and tired, we're all starving. We ...


A travel blog entry by heather-jak on Jun 18, 2014

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... No surprises there! We rely so much on our ipad and our cellular data simcard didn't work here so we were relying on our memories. Good exercise! Later on we went for a wee stroll and were pleasantly surprised to find the areas round the canals are very intriguing and beautiful. There are barges everywhere, lots of which are permanent homes with little gardens. This is really an enlarged version of Venice as the canals are wider with streets ...

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