Hotel Aalders

Address: Jan Luijkenstraat 13-15, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1071 CJ, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Museumkwartier area of Amsterdam, is near Van Gogh Museum, Emporio Armani, Ab Donkers, and Boss.
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Take Me to Church...and then for Kaasstengels

A travel blog entry by lebradlee on Jan 26, 2015

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... soup this time that tingled our tastebuds, and Elizabeth had a zucchini soup that warmed our souls - a great start to our evening of exciting entertainment! Can't wait :-))))))))))))

Once we finished eating and getting all dolled up for the concert, we took a chilly 10 minute walk to the Paradiso where we found ourselves standing in a relatively long line wrapped around the side of a beautiful old church. This was the venue?!? Yesssss...I was so excited (in ...

Fly to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 10, 2014

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... were told we could bring 9 litres of alcohol in, deciding 1 was enough!) for the next part of our trip and then a leisurely read (by Fay) and some Georg Jensen shopping (by Kelly) before our short 1.5 hr flight to Amsterdam. Scandinavian Air loaded us on quickly on time and we arrived after a 1.25 hr flight (15 mins) earlier and amazingly no one wanted to see our passports on departing Denmark or arriving in The Netherlands? Our next challenge was to buy ...

Amsterdam - Sea and history

A travel blog entry by davetamara on Sep 05, 2014

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... We also looked at the collection of Jewish ritual objects, many in precious metals and textiles, and also the rooms originally used for preparing the dead for burial and for mourning, and the rabbi’s study.

We then went to the Jewish Historical Museum which documents the history of Amsterdam’s
Jewish community from about the 15th century onwards. Many Jews fled to Amsterdam from Spain
and Portugal to escape the inquisition in the ...

Gangsters and Gaypride

A travel blog entry by lisaputtlitz on Aug 02, 2014

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... we got out of the car to check it out and it didn't take a minute before to people tried to break into our car and steal our stuff. Gladly we were able to scare them away.
Great, first shock done.
But the weather got better so we decided to go camping anyway but when we arrived at Zeeburg again they told us that no free spaces were available. And then it hit us: It ...

Day 42: So This Is The Dutch Countryside

A travel blog entry by flahivemo on Jun 16, 2014

... light changes. After about 90 minutes we made it to the ferry to take us to the countryside. Which in actuality just took us across the river and we were on it for a total of 73 seconds. So we arrive on the other side and wait for the other group because we would now be riding in one large group. Once they arrived we went for our countryside ride, which was along a paved bike path and through small towns. We got to see 1 windmill in one ...