Hotel Van Bonga

Holbeinstraat 1, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1077, Netherlands | Hotel
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Amsterdam & Den Haag

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds


... a re-creation of a Brazilian barrio made of recycled materials. (World Cup fever has taken over Europe.) They also had a surprisingly good time at the Van Gogh Museum. One of Elias’ favorite paintings is Starry Night. Even though it wasn’t there, Van Gogh held enough interest to last at least an hour of whine-free viewing.

For the second half of our visit in Amsterdam, we stayed in a house boat in the Jordaan neighborhood. We felt very smug waving from our ...

Long Train Ride, Van Gogh and We're Ready to Go!

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

... for our river cruise. Not this time. Museum only.

We headed to the Van Gogh Museum and were ushered right in at 3:45. My iPhone worked like a charm. Guess we didn't need to print off the tickets. Guess I need to trust technology a little more. An hour and a half later, Sandy was very happy to see the museum again, and you know what they say, happy wife, happy life!

We walked ...

Amsterdam day 1

A travel blog entry by chrisnorth


... Wait until we get in the Boeing 777 tomorrow !!!

We hadn't been to Amsterdam since before Sam was born so it was great to be there but the weather was terrible. Absolutely pouring down and cold. We checked in to the hotel at the airport then got a train Into town and comforted ourselves with a hot chocolate and Dutch Apple cake ( apple, custard and cinnamon pastry so thousands of calories) before boarding a canal cruise, ...

Bikes, bikes everywhere

A travel blog entry by baileyj


I must apologize for my last two blogs that said they were from Brussels; in fact, we were still in Brugge. My title line "mussels in Brussels" was for comedic effect.
It was cool and rainy gain today. We caught an inter city train from Brugge to Antwerp. Antwerp Centraal station was built around 1900 and has very tricking architecture including a dome and a long glass enclosure that the trains come into to get passengers.


A travel blog entry by cmdickson


... strange decor but good house. There was a statue of a little boy with weird eyes that creeped Dizzy and I out, so we covered him with a rug and he became the ghost of the house, with one of our party pretending to be him and scaring people at night.

Amsterdam has the best pancakes and omelets. Breakfast was very good at each place we tried. We also had Gareth's favourite, fries ...


This hotel, located in the Amsterdam South area of Amsterdam, is near Concertgebouw, Knijn Bowling, Wildschut Roelof, and De Bakkerswinkel.
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