Hotel Flipper

Borssenburgstraat 1-5 , Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 3021 CJ, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Herbstferien - Adventures in Amsterdam!

A travel blog entry by beckygooch


... infamous coffee shops. We didn't want to try anything, but thought it would be a good experience to see what they are like, and I'm glad we did. One to tick off the bucket list! We had to get back for our train then, which was a shame, and as we were travelling home we were all pretty sleepy and hungry, so just relaxed and napped! It was a great day, and really cool to see all the sides of the city! We didn't stop laughing all day, and I had the best time with my friends ...

Day 89 and 90... Amsterdammmmmm!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni


... It drizzled, but didnt pour until the late afternoon and we had gumboots so nothing could stop us. We spent the next hour paddling around the canals, exploring another side of this awesome city. Paddling on the canal bikes was a little difficult at first, until we realised that there was no point trying to go fast, it's easier if you go with the flow - of the canal. So under bridges, around corners, through plants and almost crashing into house boats we went. Sometimes ...

Coming to a close

A travel blog entry by juds76rhine


... with the canals and bridges and alleyways and dead ends and then water... The buildings along the canals are for the wealthy - you can imagine the cost. There are only 2 wooden buildings left in the city. Most of the buildings are brick and some are sandstone from the mountains of Germany. There is one road where the houses are very big - 40 rooms - and the other are narrow at ...

World War II And The Dutch

A travel blog entry by marty387


... into an assembly point for Jews destined for the concentration camps. The theatre is gone, but a memorial was created, along with the sur names of all Jewish families that lost their lives. We continued our walk until we came upon the Portuguese Synagogue, which was built in the 1670's. It is a big, open and simple place of worship. Still in the mood to walk, we found ourselves among the many stalls of the Waterlooplein Flea ...

Day 37 – Amsterdam, (the Netherlands).

A travel blog entry by darrellt


... amp; then jumped back on the HOHO Bus for a bit more sightseeing, before jumping off again to wait for our tram back out to our hotel.

It is a bit later today, so by the time we have showered & got ready for our evening meal it is 7pm. We had the usual – Surf & Turf, but tonight we have a dessert, port & coffees outside overlooking the canal which runs past the rear of the ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the ZuiderAmstel area of Amsterdam, is near IJsbreker, Gaasperplas Park, Gemeentearchief, and Rialto.
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