Inn On The Lake

Address: Kerkplein 11, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1151 AH , Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Kerkplein 11, Amsterdam, is near Halla Mountain and National Park, Jeju Folk Village, Dragon Head Rock (Yongdu-am), and Cheonjaeyeon Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    Taking Responsibility

    A travel blog entry by sarah.birnbaum on Jun 30, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... 5 thousand slaves. On Curacao, Dutch Jews may have accounted for the resale of at least 15 thousand slaves. (Jewish merchants in the Dutch colonies were middlemen, buying slaves from the Dutch West India Company, and reselling them to plantation owners.) Slave auctions were postponed if they fell on Jewish holidays. (You can't conduct business on yom tov.)

    Right now, I'm feeling ashamed. Ashamed by the ...

    Day 15 - Last Day in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by adamkaiser on Jun 07, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... of the end of his life: his mental exhaustion; the dark themes in some of the artwork; time in the asylum and then, finally, shooting himself, dying two days later.

    Tour over, it’s time, finally, to hand over what isn’t mine; to repair a wrong that had been started all the way back in New York, at the Metropolitan Museum, at the beginning of our trip. I find that I’m a little reluctant, as I’d grown even fonder of Van Gogh’s ...

    Final days in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on May 03, 2015

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... s Day celebration, when the streets and canals exploded with Dutch pride and enthusiasm, but without any of the rowdiness you'd expect at such a large gathering of people.

    The admirable Dutch qualities of tolerance, independence and liberalism blossomed during the 17th-century, the so-called Golden Age, when free-thinkers, artists, and refugees from political or religious persecution elsewhere made ...

    Shhh...

    A travel blog entry by emedina7 on Jan 09, 2015

    7 photos

    ... we did not go to Vondelpark because of the weather, but we did eat our share of Stroopwafels. We met up with my friends who were also in the Netherlands and ate some of the best Chinese food I have ever eaten. Since, my sister and I really wanted to see the Red Light District for which the city is famous for (we are psychology majors after all) we made our way over. I really don't know what I was expecting, but seeing women as window displays and seeing customers ...

    Shaler school district meets up in Amsterdam!

    A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... into the main parts of the city seeing the canals, the historic houses, the town hall, the "dam" which is the original part of the city, an outdoor market with lots of good looking food (cheeses especially), and the palace. The houses were so interesting to me. Each one has a huge hook coming out of its roof line so that furniture or other cargo can be hoisted up. We noticed that many of them looked like they were leaning, or even sinking. Frank said that's ...