Old Harbour Apartments

Prins Hendrikkade 125-1, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1011 AN, Netherlands | Hotel
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In the city where everything is legal....

A travel blog entry by zuleima


Amsterdam... we have ARRIVED! - at like 5:30 AM though! Ugh that arrival was so tough. We got to the bus station which is a little way out from the center city. Not to mention it was such an inconvenient time to arrive because EVERYTHING was closed and no one was around to help us. So we had to wait around like every other tourist for the facilities and kiosks to open which was around 8 AM. Afterwards though they were nice enough to guide is ...

Ayyy Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by ljean


... I got a ham and cheese sandwich and dunked it in my soup. I needed that meal. That was the best comfort food I've had in a while. After dinner we walked though the carnival that was all lit up by now. We did some more shopping and looking around. That night I saw a guy walking around in wooden dutch clogs. No lie they were the real deal. They were so loud too when he walked in them. He looked really funny.
The next day was a busy one. We woke up early to get a ...

Walking the canals of old Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... sounds like baby-talk to Dutch ears and she probably thought I spoke it last at age 3! I was probably saying the equivalent of, "hewwo! gimme ticket! Taaaaa!") gawped some more, but suddenly when I came to go through the gate, found that the place had filled up and the queue for tickets was down the street. The "heart" of the museum is the Eregalerij (Gallery of Honour) where they have all the really famous works displayed in one huge space, and walking in ...

Amsterdam 2013

A travel blog entry by jazzgal


... things!

LOOK UP! There is so much beautiful architecture and it is easily missed if you are only focused on the garish street scene. Of course, also look where you are walking and hold on to your valuables.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help or directions. Many people speak enough English to point you in a direction, but I always ask more than one person… just in case.

Some cafes have Wi-Fi even if it isn’t posted on the window, so ask. ...

A Day at the Rijksmuseum

A travel blog entry by cathb


... after being told that it would take only 25 minutes and this would also give me the chance to see a bit of central Amsterdam on the way. When I left the hotel it was drizzling, but then it began to rain. It is quite difficult to juggle a camera, an umbrella and one's handbag, while at the same time keeping dryish. I did not bring my backpack, because I read that you have to hand them in at the cloakroom, also large umbrellas, but they do allow photography without flash. I ...


This hotel, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near Yellow Bike, Weeping Tower (Schreierstoren), Double Reggae, and Singel 7.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Old Harbour Apartments Amsterdam

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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