Esperanza Guest House

Address: Nieuwebrugsteeg, 18-20, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 AH, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

2008… Wedding invite, Why not ride to FINLAN

A travel blog entry by hd_discovermore on Mar 09, 2015

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... of Sweden on this trip, but did take lots of time to explore Finland AFTER the wedding.




With no deadline but the cold winter, I took my time to cruise along lots of lakes and through green forestry. Of course I visited the typical Finnish sauna a lot to. Spend a day skiing in a huge indoor center, learned how to play ...

"Is that a potato?"

A travel blog entry by rebeccamcintyre on Jan 27, 2015

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... with a bit. She said " I don't know if this is weird or not BUT I was hoping to come up to Amsterdam soon and would like to stay for the whole weekend" and asked if she could stay with me. We discussed a couple weekends, one of them being the weekend of my Hardwell show. I figured what the hell and responded with "I'm kind of jumping the gun here too (again seeing as we haven't
met) but I actually was gifted two tickets to a show on Friday the
23rd, so if ...

Day in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by bern54 on Oct 11, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... and use a pulley to hoist things. Even the new houses on the canals are built that way. There were many houseboats in the canals as well. We had the afternoon to ourselves so we spent time in the town centre. It was showery and rained for the first time in our European trip. It's 4.30 now and sunny again! For our last night, we drove through typical Dutch countryside to the fishing village of Mönnickendam for a Celebration ...

Amsterdam - Sea and history

A travel blog entry by davetamara on Sep 05, 2014

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... off the boat at the Maritime Museum which had excellent displays of
Dutch maritime history and artifacts and an "interactive boat experience" with
surround sound an images of exploration, shipwreck and rescue from a torpedoed
ship during the war. There was also a replica of a Dutch east Indiaman and you
could go inside and see how the ship was equipped and how the cargo was
transported. After lunch we hopped on the boat again and returned to the hotel
for a ...

A Week in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by taylorneese on Jun 29, 2014

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... for bed.

Tuesday
We left the hotel at 9:00. The hotel provided us with breakfast of a croissant and a baguette with either chicken or cheese. The croissant was good, but overall it was way too much bread. We had a lecture from a professor at the University of Amsterdam. Her presentation was our first exposure to politics and policies around prostitution in Amsterdam. She explained the Dutch approach, which is that they know that there will always be ...

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