Hotel Di-Ann

Address: Raadhuisstraat 27, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1016 DC, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein area of Amsterdam, is near Museumplein, Herengracht, Brillenwinkel, and Theater Instituut Nederland.
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        Amsterdam

        A travel blog entry by gsf on Sep 12, 2015

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        ... but I guess it is pretty obvious.
        Eventually we arrived in Amsterdam. It was all a bit chaotic. People appeared to be taking part in a demonstration. We think it might have been to support the Syrian refugees?
        The Hotel is a little distance from the centre of the City. So we decided to take it quietly and start early tomorrow when we join our river cruise boat "Bestla".
        Mumsy is a little travel weary and told ...

        Starry, Starry Night Vincent

        A travel blog entry by cruisejunkie on Sep 11, 2015

        13 photos

        ... lawn. It was still possible to imagine however, as we had seen photos of how beautiful it looked.

        The excitement was mounting as we entered the building and received our tickets. And it didn't fail to impress. Oh wow, so many "pinch-me" moments! It was almost impossible to believe that we were here, let alone just inches away from the masterpieces I have loved all my life. The paintings were exhibited over three floors ...

        Amsterdam

        A travel blog entry by foxnbancroft on Aug 03, 2015

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        ... but we didn't realise it was school holidays so heading to an interactive science museum aimed at kids was maybe not the greatest idea, especially if you get fairly irritated by children pushing and shouting at you like I do.

        From what I saw though this place was great fun, because who doesn't love being a big kid and creating massive bubbles and playing in a lab! It has 3 floors, all full to the brim with interactive displays, and a few odd things in ...

        Anne Frank

        A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jul 06, 2015

        ... who risked their lives to help Anne and her family. These friends of the Franks were in a position of privilege and exerted incredible courage and strength to use this privilege to protect them from the Nazis. I have so often felt so overwhelmed by my own privileges... and also felt sometimes restrained by them. As a teacher of 1st generation Mexican American children who often grow up poor and are often in situations where their ...

        Eat, drink and be merry (in Amsterdam)!

        A travel blog entry by tpelaia on Jun 05, 2015

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        ... The were really incredible. When I get home I will be making them. I purchased a waffle iron years ago to make waffle cones but I can easily use it to make the Stoopwafel! This is definitely a must try for any visitor. They were 2€ each and a true Dutch food.

        We walked through more of the city and made a new discover called 9 streets. (De Negen Straatjes) a cute little neighbourhood with shops and cafes. We just ...