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TravelPod Member ReviewsLiberty Hotel Amsterdam
Clean, not to loud, yet lots of freedom. Really nice staff:)
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... up on the Lovers cruise, and all kinda crashed on the hour ride around the canals. We then headed to eat a traditional Netherlands meal, and then walked around hoping into different restrauants and bars. Amsterdam is an INSANE city and it is just fun to sit back and people watch. We slowly made are way back to the train station. The lines were so long to buy tickets and ended up taking us way longer then they should have. We finally got the tickets and ...
... slouch against each other and lean forward and it looks like it must be a fake city that will fall over if the wind blows. The canals are huge and the interaction between the cars/scooters/bikes/pedestrians is so interesting to watch. Our hostel is nice, new, retro and very clean with tiny thin little hallways, it looks like a boat house on the way to the rooms. We walked to get our bikes and seriously the whole time I was in awe of this place I have heard ...
... an overview of the history of Amsterdam, based on "the 4 core values of Dutch DNA: entrepreneurship, free thinking, citizenship and creativity." (Hello? Slavery? Anabaptists? Jews? ... You can tell I'm a pain in the ass as a museum-goer.)
The WWII section of the exhibit wasn't the worst I had seen. (Once, during a walking tour in Spain, we were told in 1492, the Jews were "asked to leave." That was bad.) A video ...
... The famous rjikmuseum building looks like a palace. It has huge images the are embed into the walls representing Hollands culture. We decide to walk through the huge walk way that divides the building in half through to the gardens. We would love to visit this museum but have decide to go on to the van Gough museum - it is free as we have the Amsterdam card, and it is 125 years since his death. Like all of the major museums you need patience as you wait in the long que. We just made ...
Once past Dam Square, we were in a more pleasant area. Picturesque houses line the canals. Our destination was in this area, but we were a bit early so we walked around a bit before heading back to visit the Anne Frank House.
Anne Frank--it was here in Amsterdam that she hid in rooms above her father's factory with her parents and sister and where she wrote her now famous diary. It was here that she and her family (and ...