Hotel des Arts Amsterdam

Address: Rokin 154-156, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 LE, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near Bloemenmarkt, Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam, Hema, and Mint Tower (Munttoren).
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam


A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 21, 2014

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... the vehicle lane then all again in reverse as you head for the other side. The roads and pavements are not bitumised but usually cobblestones and tram tracks which seem to leap out and swallow the case wheels every opportunity they get. After a catch up with John and Maxine we headed to the Rijksmuseum. It was very interesting with lots of wonderful paintings and pieces of furniture. ...

Aimlessly Exploring Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by shannond on Sep 24, 2014

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... non-lit area. Pictures are not allowed in the museum so unfortunately I don't have any to share but if you're ever in Amsterdam, it's a must see place. Tuesday night we ended up going to a local venue with our Australian friend who was going to see a Scottish Indie band, We Were Promises Jet Packs. The venue was tiny and we started the evening basically on stage and after standing under the speaker for 2 songs, decided to move out of the deafening zone. The band ended up ...

Better late than never...

A travel blog entry by josiewhite on May 15, 2014

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... adventure began with drama. At the airport just before we were about to say goodbye to family and head through customs Aaron's name was called over the loudspeaker �� grreeeaaattt I was hoping it would be something small and nothing to worry about! Haha wishful thinking, turns out Aaron had grabbed his old expired passport! �� Sooooo we didn't catch out flight and frantically searched ...

The unknown

A travel blog entry by besomeone on Dec 30, 2013

... beforehand so I got an aisle seat. Immediately I was happy who I was sitting next to, there’s nothing worse than being sat next to someone boring for 10 hours. When we started talking we had a lot in common,she was called
Catherine and I’d guess she was late 40’s/Early 50’s. She had been visiting family and friends in the UK over Christmas and was returning back home. As you can imagine we were both extremely ...

City Sights

A travel blog entry by tmarts on Aug 31, 2013

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... much hope for her future - I will read The Diary of Anne Frank again now I have been at her hiding house. She died 1 month before liberation - thinking her parents and sister had perished. Her dad was in the infirmary at Auschwitz and survived. He found her diaries and had them published.
After such a sad exhibition we went and found a great restaurant on a canal and cheered ourselves up with food and wine. Another very ...