Bastion Deluxe Amsterdam / Amstel

Address: Verlengde Van Marwijk Kooystraat 30, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1096 BX, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Amstel area of Amsterdam, is near The Amstel, Amstelpark, Zoom Amsterdam, and Gaasperplas Park.
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      Shtop! Thish Blog ishn't ready yet...

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Aug 11, 2014

      37 photos

      ... standards, not being first populated until the 1200's when the locals first dammed the Amstel River. The town that grew up around it became the Amsteller Dam and then Amsterdam. Being close to the sea and in a relatively protected little spot, a huge merchant navy developed and soon intrepid merchants were setting off for all points around the globe. It was a Dutch navigator that first mapped the coast of Australia and named Van Diemans land. much of India and ...

      I AMsterdam

      A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 09, 2014

      6 photos

      ... checked into our room….. Oh My God….our room was a complete mess!!!! We opened our door to find six Irish girls passed out in the middle of the afternoon surround by everything from empty alcohol bottles, makeup wipes, used cue tips, piles of clothes, straighteners with cords going everywhere… was a massive slap in the face that's for sure… All we wanted to do was drop our stuff shower and leave…. And we did. We trimmed it back ...

      Day 42: So This Is The Dutch Countryside

      A travel blog entry by flahivemo on Jun 16, 2014

      ... none of us that it was now to be half in the city and half in the countryside. So needless to say I was already pretty frustrated that I was paying $80 to ride a bike around a city when I could have just rented one for $11. Anyways the city ride part sucked, I'm not about to sugarcoat that. Our guide repeatedly stopped in the worst possible places and getting through stop lights in one group wasn't possible so we were always waiting for ...

      Day 8 - Hiding from the Gestapo

      A travel blog entry by lauzian on Apr 22, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      Rewarded ourselves with a nice sleep in until 9am then shuffled down to a buffet breakfast of many more cheeses, fruits, croissants, and strange meats before boarding the trein to Amsterdam Centraal.

      Unable to buy tickets to Anne Frank House online (sold out until mid May), at 11:30am we joined the queue in the street at a time it happened to be at it's longest. Measuring the wait rate at about ten steps every ten minutes we were uncertain ...

      Airports and planes

      A travel blog entry by goatgoingsolo on Nov 08, 2013

      ... flight to Cardiff, Wales. And the Amsterdam airport is HUGE. Plentyof shops, but so much nicer than KL. It doesnt look tacky. But you do have to walk about10 minutesto find the Ticket Transfer desk, then another 10 minutes to your gate. But the walk is nice. Thereis an indoor forest for kids to play, plenty of seats to plantyour tired bum, and you have to pay attention where you are going because the security people ...