Amsterdam Hostel Orfeo

Leidsekruisstraat 12-14, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1017 RH, Netherlands | 1 star hostel
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This 1 star hostel, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near De Balie, International Theatre & Film Books, Healers, and Hairpolice.
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    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    Amazing Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by zajnlou on Jul 24, 2014

    6 comments, 23 photos

    ... wet.

    But that soon changed as it started to rain quite heavy and we couldn't find anywhere to hide.
    It was nearly time to meet up with Petra and Jana.

    By the time we caught up it was very miserable so we found a table under an umbrella outside (even though it is wet is is far from cold) and enjoyed a drink while catching up.
    Soooo good to see the beautiful Petra again. Such a special friend. And Jana too. Such a beautiful young lady who speaks ...

    A Week in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by taylorneese on Jun 29, 2014

    10 photos

    ... of the story of Anne and her family, and then we began the workshop which was about human rights. We talked about the problems that arise when events conflict between two human rights. An example that we debated was Neo-Nazi's exercising their right to demonstrate in front of a Jewish synagogue on the sabbath (right of religion).
    Next, we had reservations to tour the museum which allowed us to skip the extremely long line. The museum was great, one of the ...

    On board

    A travel blog entry by tricruiser on May 21, 2014

    1 comment

    WednesdayWe left the houseboat after a night rain to get to the ship. It was a nice morning so Ed planned the route for us to walk instead of getting the tram. It was about 1.2 miles. Dragging luggage is more difficult, but we made it with a few rest stops. We came across an old couple from Texas who had taken the train in and were walking. They each had a small rolling bag. Surely if a couple that must have been in their eighties could do it, we could! Susan was a ...

    An Experience, plus windmills, cheese and clogs

    A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 19, 2014

    14 photos

    ... of Zaanse Schans, they grew so quickly that they prompted a strike of the woodman's guild...saw-mills were more than twice as fast as people, so they got stubborn about it. Not sure how it ended, but it was interesting to hear this revolution of industry via windmills became a basis for more wood, thus more boats, thus a bigger navy, thus more exploration and colonisation. All from windmills! The one we wandered through is still used, particularly for heritage ...

    Day 84.. And into Amsterdam!

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Oct 08, 2013

    1 comment

    ... that's what we told ourselves! Electric bikes are becoming more and more popular in Europe however. We have seen them everywhere and believe me, I have thought about attaching on to my bike. The bikes are more like cruisers here. Everyone sits very up right and straight. The handle bars are high and most of them are step through too. We are beginning to envy the step through bikes a little. It must be great for their posture and so comfortable to ride. I guess when you ...