Pension De Laurier

1e Laurierdwarsstraat 52, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1016 PZ , Netherlands | Hostel
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Portuguese Goa

A travel blog entry by dijoh2o


... which it was built under Alphonso de Albuquerque in 1543. Almost facing the capital city Panjim this smal fort crowns the headland jutting into the narrowest stretch of the Mandovi river. The fort formerly accommodated viceroys and other dignitaries newly arrived from, or en route to, Lisbon, and proved a linchpin in the wars against the Dutch and the Hindu Marathas, who were never able to take it.



A travel blog entry by lapower


... and Annexe were preserved and made into a museum for the public. The story of Anne Frank is of course quite famous now... With the diaries being translated into over 70 different languages. An interesting and tragic piece of history.

After the museum we decided to try a breakfast of Dutch Pancakes at "Pancakes!" then for a walk and lunch around the western canals - which we are informed are much closer to the traditional Dutch culture than the other tourist side ...

Day 2 - Not quite what we had hoped for...

A travel blog entry by adamsmally


... the fact weed is legal, A multi coloured tie-dye top and colour weed Israeli pants are getting me very strange looks. We're just getting refreshed (I'm changing in to something apparently more appropriate), I'm feeling at about 80% and hoping to keep some dinner down before venturing to the Red Light district and some cafes! I'll blog about tonight tomorrow but I thought I'd update whilst I had some time! Till ...

Amsterdam, an eclectic mix!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... the window. In those days you couldn't just go to the local artist shop and buy some canvas and six tubes of paint. While Rembrandt painted, he had several assistants working away in the corner making different paint colours for him by grinding minerals like iron oxide or using different coloured earth from different countries like Sienna. It wasn't until tubes of paint were developed in the 19th century that artists were able to take ...

Art and English

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin


... will hear English while reading his native language and absorbs the English. He said that it's different in Germany. There, John Wayne spoke German … and sounded stupid. :)

After I wished the Swedish man a pleasant day, I trooped off to the Tassen Museum, a museum devoted to the history and design of handbags and purses. It didn't cost anything with the Museumkaart that we were given as part of the tour. It was surprisingly interesting and ...

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This hostel, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Houseboat Museum (Woonboot Museum), Felix Meritis, Creme de la Creme, and Elandsgracht.
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