Gaasper Camping Amsterdam

Address: Loosdrechtdreef 7, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Loosdrechtdreef 7, Amsterdam, is near ArenA, The Amstel, Pathe ArenA, and Blijburg (Happy Village).
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      Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

      Train to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by jtate on Jan 01, 2015

      Today we left Paris by train to Amsterdam. We arrived and liked the vibe of the city. Everybody was a bit more relaxed and there wasn't as much hustle and bustle as Paris. We checked into our hotel and soon we were ready to go for a walk. By this stage the sun had disappeared. We found a little restaurant called Poco Loco and had Tapas for dinner. We then took a walk through the red light ...

      France 2014

      A travel blog entry by ldcampbell52 on Sep 30, 2014

      11 comments, 50 photos

      ... and through the Van Gough museum which was very, very, crowded. Gather it was some national holiday and locals were out in droves. We passed on the Riksmusee -- long lines and we were fagged out. We walked from our wonderful lodgings -- on a canal a few blocks from the Ann Frank House (where there were always huge lines) -- to the Balls' hotel, then over to the smallest pub in town for a brew before are meandering thru the den of iniquity to dinner. We definitely want ...

      Day 12 Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by cherylpaul on May 21, 2014

      3 photos

      ... occurs today. Also inside this walled area is the oldest ( & only remaining wooden house built in Amsterdam) and also another regular church. We also walked past what used to be the first Customs House in Amsterdam. Once the wharf/harbour area was extended it became a "Guild Meeting house" as the traders could get around or avoid going past the Customs House with their wares. Nearby was what used to be the Jewish Quarter, which has pretty well all been rebuilt, not because it ...

      Colorful Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by twogirlsonetrip on Jan 17, 2014

      26 photos

      ... able to wait a few minutes and be the first people in the museum that is Rembrandt's house and I got a pretty good student discount because I'm a student. Anyway, this museum is well worth your time I'd say because it's his house still with most of the original furniture including his attic of knickknacks and by knickknacks I mean giant turtle shells, dried stingrays and busts of Caesar among other things. In his studio is an artist who was mixing paint for the ...

      France, Brussels, Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by robyn4215 on Aug 31, 2013

      8 photos

      ... on the way up. We explored the many interesting streets if Amsterdam by foot and tram including the famous red light district, the flower markets where they sell every possible bulb for flowering plants( mum would have a ball here!) , and also the newer suburbs where they have the houses designed to be able to move up and down as the tides dictate- fascinating! Remembering cannibis was legalised here in 1975, many people walk past smoking dope ( although I am told this is ...