Inn On The Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Inn On The Lake Amsterdam
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... of the souvenir shops we visited had a display of “bongs” available for sale - not sure what the Australian Customs department would think of those.
We have enjoyed our stay in Amsterdam - the people are friendly and helpful and we didn’t have to speak Dutch because the locals speak very good English. However, we will not miss the bicycles and scooters - we are amazed that we have not been injured by ...
... boarded the previous train, I saw numerous seriously armed police guards on the platform. The trip took just over three hours. Traveling first class, I had a lunch brought to my seat. Taking the train was much easier than flying, although considerably less secure. The Dutch, Belgians and French are now thinking about security measures for the train. While I had intended to work on my blog and continue my iPod French lessons, I simply relaxed ...
... The boys clapped loudly and all said they think they are in love, even the girls were jealous of her good looks.... One of the boys said "if I buy cheese does she come with it" and he got a slap on the back of the head. This was also a clog factory which again, was super cool! The man demonstrated how clogs are made from hand from a block of wood. Once the clog was made (he carved it with a knife) he blew into the shoe hole and all this water came out because ...
... Corina and my aunt Trijnie and Uncle Be also gave us presents, as well as my cousin Linda and Greetjie and Anke and Bert, felt like xmas, or our birthdays.
At the bus stop there was this man with shaving cream on his face and holding a toothbrush and in his dressing gown, asked whether he was doing it as a dare, but he replied "no, it was for the school children, when they see him they have to ...
... big signs that screamed AMERICAN! For the rest of the day, the plan is to buy bikes at the vintage market, ride around, find a yoga studio, and go to the doctor. Because even though I can legally purchase pot and sex here, migraine medicine is a different story.
OK, off to see the city and to contemplate its gi-normous blocks of cheese.