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, Hema, Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam, and Mint Tower (Munttoren).
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    Long Flights, Dutch Snacks and Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by richardandella on Jul 28, 2015

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    ... Richard for some unbeknownst reason cannot roll himself! Anyhow, we entered the plane first settled in and fairly little can be said about the flight other that everyone was very friendly, snacks and food was good and there were no crying babies and running toddlers!
    But it is a very long flight! 11 hours give or take and once we landed this morning, we had to wait for everyone to depart before we ...

    We'll catch the next tour

    A travel blog entry by kdworldtravels on Jun 29, 2015

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    ... final backup.  We decided to take our extra time and put it to good use at the Bag and Purse Museum of Amsterdam, my pick that Dianne graciously tagged along for. In a beautiful 17th century canal house, that I had mislabeled on the map but that's what Google Maps are for, you can walk through a collection of bags from the 1600's to today. We saw reticules, tobacco bags, chatelaines, travel cases and silver handles from older collections. In the Ugly collection ...

    First 24 hours in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by yvonneb33 on Jun 09, 2015

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    ... explored a lot and had a lot of coffees (nothing special yet) but there are some intersting looking coffee shops we will go back and try.

    The people on bikes are amazing. Big old style bikes are everywhere, and they glide by at speed, weaving between dedicated bike lanes , bus lanes, tram lines and cars. Its frightening as a pedestrian to watch out for all these hazzards, and amazing that there aren't more collisions (well, there probably are). We see ...


    A travel blog entry by viktorfraser on Dec 12, 2014

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    ... to my oma's house. The train station is underneath the airport terminal! I find that very cool. We had a double-decker train, that was even better! It takes about an hour to go to where my oma lives.

    I'm getting very tired because here we're in a different time zone than in Winnipeg. I'm 7 hours ahead of all of ...


    A travel blog entry by sharynharris on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... br> Getting to our home for the next three days - the Avenue Hotel (which was recommended to us by Mel) - was very easy. We decided the quickest and easiest way to get into the city was by taxi. The hotel was everything Mel said it was - very central to everything with lots of public transport options. Amsterdam was waking up as we arrived, so the cafes and shops were still opening for the day. We walked as far as ...