Amstelpark Hotel And Sports Centre

Address: Koenenkade 8, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1081 KH, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Koenenkade 8, Amsterdam, is near Elektrische Museumtramlijn, Trammuseum Amsterdam, Dogtroep, and Dicky Squash.
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

What happens in Amsterdam, Stays in Amsterdam????

A travel blog entry by blakeman on Jul 09, 2015

85 photos

... the atm because we didn't know where it was. I remember him saying, "you're walking through hell boys". He explained that this street is where we'd get beaten and robbed, and that the only reason we weren't is because he had latched on to us already. He said even though we weren't givin him any money, he would stay with us to make sure we are ok. After he explained how bad the street was, we had ...

We Could Just Run Them Red Lights

A travel blog entry by rachplume on May 28, 2015

43 photos

... ate on a floating boat in a canal. We also went to the Royal Delft Experience where they take you through the history and process of making Royal Delft pottery, which is the famous blue and white design. We found out it is actually painted in a black colour, and once it is fired in the oven it turns blue! Crazy!

We took a train to Eindhoven where we left the next morning ...

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!


Cruising the canals

A travel blog entry by mitchdee07 on Apr 23, 2015

6 comments, 22 photos

... to-mid-1600s). Our final stop, through a humble doorway leading off the Kalverstraat, was the quaint area known as Begijnhot, a peaceful enclave of tiny houses surrounding two churches and a courtyard. As far back as 1346, this enclave sheltered a community of pious and simple lay women (known as "Beguines"), who dedicated their lives to serving others.

When we finally reached the end of Kalverstraat, sight of the Mint Tower marking ...

In Holland

A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Mar 10, 2015


... or bad or that we should legalize these things. Just a different way of looking at it

-It's strange talking to dutch people and knowing that part of my heritage is from here. Everyone here looks like everyone back home; any one of the people here could be brought over to minnesota and they would fit right in, minus the accent

-I've seen hundreds, thousands of bikers around amsterdam. I don't think I've seen a single person wearing a helmet yet