Pension De Laurier

Address: 1e Laurierdwarsstraat 52, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1016 PZ , Netherlands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Houseboat Museum (Woonboot Museum), Elandsgracht, Felix Meritis, and Creme de la Creme.
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    Saturday in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by lynnyl on Sep 12, 2015

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    ... weather wise today, at least Tim and I thought so, it was overcast and in the sixties, but we couldn't believe how many people were bundled up in coats, even a couple of parkas! It is nice that in our hotel room we can open the window, with no screens, and not have any mosquitoes or bugs!

    Now we are at a famous chess cafe where Tim is watching some games while I update this site. Another fun day!


    Wild in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by shannon.ruddell on Aug 14, 2015

    8 photos

    ... along a strange movie set. At the appointed hour of midnight Caitlin and I made our way to the Irish pub to meet Shannon and Michaela. It took a while for them to come stumbling into the bar (actually although they were hammered they were not stumbling). The barman that we had met earlier in the evening was a cute guy from Australia called Darren and he had finished work and was quietly having a pint before he went home. Plans quickly changed for him ...

    Final thoughts on my program/These amazing people.

    A travel blog entry by holly.hixson on Jul 12, 2015

    ... sun isn't up and there aren't any people out yet. It was lovely.

    Other noteworthy events that I haven't written about:
    -Anne Frank House, so amazing and sad and interesting to see
    -The canal ride! So much fun, I drank beer and wine and felt very classy looking at all the canals and houses from the water. I also want to renovate a houseboat and live on it outside of San Francisco.
    -The festival that Syd, Hank, Brad and I showed up ...

    Cycling Full Circle

    A travel blog entry by cyclingcities on Jul 03, 2015

    ... here. On one hand, I love that cycling is commonplace and normal (can you imagine car-drivers in the U.S. really banding together?) but I hate the learning curve for cycling here. Of course, I have had a few glorious moments where coordination, confidence and familiarity converge perfectly and I might almost pass for a local. But those moments are rare. I've made 3 trips in Amsterdam by bike today. Each was completely different and none were perfect. I have a long way to ...

    DGTL, or Wearing a Coat to a Rave

    A travel blog entry by rebeccamcintyre on Apr 06, 2015

    5 photos

    I definitely haven't been keeping up here as well as I would like, but I guess the fact that my days don't seem very remarkable means that life here is becoming more normal to me. I officially passed my three month mark and seriously couldn't be happier. I love my host family so much (my heart melted when they gave me an Easter basket) and find that things that felt like work before now feel more like everyday life. Not sure if I've mentioned this before but my host family is