AmicitiA

Address: Oosterdok, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1011 VX, Netherlands | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Binnenstad area of Amsterdam, is near science center NEMO, National Museum of Modern Art (Stedelijk Museum), In de Waag, and De Waag.
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      Amsterdam // Brugge

      A travel blog entry by absabroad on Nov 30, 2014

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      ... found the best places to visit and although we didn't achieve or visit the main tourist attractions, aimlessly wandering through the city absorbing the different culture suited me just fine. We will be returning back in a few weeks to do all this, however I would love to see and experience this city in the summer. Next stop as an equally subdued city in Brugge, Belgium. The city had a very isolated feel, cut off from modern society with its old ...

      A Seafaring Day

      A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 09, 2014

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      Today was all about the water. Quite appropriate considering we are in the Netherlands. The Dutch have a saying: "God created the world, but the Dutch created Holland."
      We started out the day at the Scheepvaartmuseum (The Maritime Museum). The Maritime Museum is in an old Naval warehouse built in 1656 on the waterfront. It is a large, beautiful white building. While the museum tends to target younger audiences a lot, there was a lot of interest exhibits and information. There was ...

      Off to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Jul 12, 2014

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      ... more expensive, but allowed for deeper color saturation. His use of lapis not only in objects that are are blue, but in adjacent objects and as an undercoating for reds, browns, and ochres, accounts for the vibrancy in color that appears in his paintings.
      The other great masterwork in the museum is The Nightwatch (1642) by Rembrandt. This painting is huge (about 12 x 14 feet). This painting has excellent use of light and shadow and perception of movement. ...

      Orange Fever

      A travel blog entry by jamie083 on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... but I thought it was really interesting. The museum told the story of his life, making me appreciate and understand his work so much more than I otherwise would have. It was definitely one of the more interesting art galleries that I've been to. Our last stop was the Anne Frank House. We'd been here twice before but left because of the massive queues. This time, arriving late in the evening, we got straight in. It was a moving and thought-provoking experience. It was ...

      An Experience, plus windmills, cheese and clogs

      A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 19, 2014

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      ... they don't really have room for a suburban fringe, which makes sense given how many live in such a small area. The immediate impression is water, water, everywhere. Small canals into medium canals into bigger canals, there were also several spots where livestock appeared to be stranded on islands, but they were looking plump and happy so can't have been bothered with the isolation.

      The first stop was for windmills, which mushroomed in the 17th century. In ...