Hotel Adolesce

Nieuwe Keizersgracht 26, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1018 DS, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Plantage area of Amsterdam, is near Hermitage Amsterdam, Jewish Historical Museum (Joods Historisch Museum), Het Loo, and Portuguese Synagogue.
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    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    Shaler school district meets up in Amsterdam!

    A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... into the main parts of the city seeing the canals, the historic houses, the town hall, the "dam" which is the original part of the city, an outdoor market with lots of good looking food (cheeses especially), and the palace. The houses were so interesting to me. Each one has a huge hook coming out of its roof line so that furniture or other cargo can be hoisted up. We noticed that many of them looked like they were leaning, or even sinking. Frank said that's ...

    Tour of Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 27, 2014

    ... synagogue is small. The children's names are written on the wall of the small synagogue.

    This synagogue was spared because the Nazis were going to use it as a museum. The Nazis wanted to show how the Jews used to be, and demonstrate how dangerous that the Jews were.

    There were signs posted on windows of houses that were numbered.the sign read, "This is one of the 21,662 houses where Jews lived that were murdered. Before WWII, this ...

    Historic Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 04, 2014

    18 photos

    ... huge line around the block, turning the corner, down that entire block, and then turning another corner and down that block. I was so happy to already have my ticket! These poor people must have been in line for hours. Inside, you walk up a series of several sets of stairs, all very steep, to reach the annex behind the bookcase. All of the furniture is gone, but some remnants remain – like photos glued to the wall and pencil markings showing the ...

    Trams, Boats and Bikes

    A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jun 01, 2014

    3 comments, 68 photos

    ... street.

    The museum was, well a museum. We actually went there to experience and exhibit called The Little Orphanage. It was cool. It let you experience a taste of life in a 17th century orphanage in the Netherlands. The orphanage was like a town for children. At one time it had as many as 900 kids!! Chloé and Grant wore wristbands that they scanned at each station to learn about the different aspects of the orphanage. The children were issued ...

    Tulips and canals

    A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Apr 20, 2014

    2 comments, 87 photos

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    When I was in Amsterdam last September I bought a museums pass, valid for one year. It had already paid for itself by the end of that trip, and on this trip I got even more benefit from it. I visited a total of 16 venues on the two visits. Just wandering the streets is enjoyable, admiring the narrow buildings and their gable stones and the canals that encircle the old centre. I took lots of photos of gable stones and façades.