Address: Albert Cuypstraat 122A2, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1072 EA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the De Pijp area of Amsterdam, is near Heineken Experience, Albert Cuyp Market, Rialto, and De Kinderfeestwinkel.
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What happens in Amsterdam, Stays in Amsterdam????

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Jul 09, 2015

85 photos

... canal swim thankyou! So google Red light district and you will see what I mean.

We headed to the atm before we had a few drinks. The local atm was broken so we had to do a fair bit of a walk. When walking one of the streets, we had a begger come up to us and ask us for money. After denying him no he still hung around asking what we were doing. He took ...

A city of suprises.

A travel blog entry by emezzy on Jun 13, 2015

5 photos

... daily. In Amsterdam, car owners and pedestrians alike fear cyclists.

Wherever you look bikes are parked, lining rail bridge and even flood multi-staged parking zones near the central station. To see so many bikes within such a small area is actually quite extraordinary..with so many narrow streets throughout Amsterdam, you do begin to feel sorry for car owners. Word is even leaving your car by a quay can be dangerous.

One of the most favourite entertainments of the nightly occupants of the 'free city' is to drop a car down a canal. ...

Van Goghhhh

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on May 06, 2015

... not for
any reason in particular, but it was really nice.

Apart from the smell of chicken. Ick.

I did end up getting two small things. One was a small cup of
blood orange juice. So much nicer than normal orange juice!!
It was freshly squished too!


The Rijksmuseum

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Apr 26, 2015

4 comments, 22 photos

... Holland's Golden Age (17th-century). As is the case with the Louvre in Paris, the collections in the Rijksmuseum are overwhelming and a bit intimidating, so we had decided to concentrate on the 17th-century masterpieces on the museum's second floor, where crowds flocked to see Rembrandt's celebrated work, "The Night Watch"; and Vermeer's beautiful portrait of "The Milkmaid", which was virtually impossible to view close-up because of crowding. Room ...

Day two in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by elliewithers on Feb 04, 2015

... things to look at and it was quite exciting.

After that I went to the Rijks museum, I went
and looked at all the art, If you don't know the museum has on display 8,000
objects of art
and history,
from their total collection of 1 million objects from the years 1200–2000,
among which are some masterpieces by Rembrandt,
Frans Hals,
and Johans Vermemr. ...