Hotel Ajax

Rokin 104, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 KZ, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Beer, History, and History of Beer

A travel blog entry by hannabrowne

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Day 16 Woke up nice and early and started exploring. I walked up and down the beautiful street of Amsterdam. There's so much culture! There are canals that run every block, the houses are spectacular and the churches are gorgeous. In the morning I did a Heineken experience where I got to go on an interactive tour through a brewery. I even got to go on a ride where the pretend you are the yeast going through ...

Amsterdam ~ A place all its own to experience!

A travel blog entry by vacationista

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... are lit up in red twinkle lights where women stand advertising themselves to potential clients. The red lights have been kept as the famous trademark over the years, but the original reason for these lights being selected seemed quite unethical. According to the history books, the red lights could camouflage any blemishes or body ailments the prostitutes wished to conceal. Josh and I were SHOCKED to hear this information!

The windows ...

City Sights

A travel blog entry by tmarts

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... in Amsterdam
must say European women dress with elegant chic- understated but excellent quality. Men too - not many sneakers - more the leather shoes. Our tour guide told us that the thousands of bicycles in Amsterdam are all older styles as there is a huge stolen bike trade - around 200 a day are stolen to be "recycled" in the markets!!!!!!!!!!! The canals are 3 metres deep - first metre water, second metre sludge and third metre ...

Feels like multiple days in one

A travel blog entry by katstevenson

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... is perfect. There are canals to stop them moving around.

So the bike ride was first, we rode to the highest place in Edam and the saw the biggest dyke in the Netherlands. Edam is below sea level and is man-made land. This was done through building walls into the ocean and then pumping the water out. The dijks (pronounced dyke) are the canals through the city.

Then on to the cheese and clog factory. ...

A culture of cycling

A travel blog entry by richfamily

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Saturday June 1 - Day 39

A friend was recently in Amsterdam and commented that she had nearly been taken out by a bicycle on several occasions. I thought she was exaggerating but now I know how she feels.

Holland is known for it's cheeses,canals, salty licorice and wooden clogs but in my mind it will be remembered as the land of bikes. It makes complete sense. The place is completely flat. Well flat unless there's a bridge or a tunnel.

I don't have ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near The Amsterdam Dungeon, Kalverstraat, Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam, and PGC Hajenius.
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