Hotel Europa 92
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Europa 92 Amsterdam
Beautiful Hotel right next to Vondel park which is one of the most beautiful parks in the City. Rooms are a good size and most of the standard rooms include baths which was an added bonus!
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... get on my bike. Seeing this is the City of cyclists I found a bike rental for us. But apparently that is not what she meant.
We decided to have dinner in the Hotel. Strangely, being a new hotel. they did not yet have a liquor licence, so I had a zero alcohol beer. An extreme change from yesterday's effort!
So much for the liberal City of marijuana and prostitutes. I've been deceived.
Early to bed. We are getting ...
... displayed for maximum viewing and effect. We purchased some headsets and gained even more insight into this brilliant but troubled genius.
I hadn't realised Vincent was also a talented draughtsman, but knew he was a prolific wordsmith. He wrote over 850 letters to his brother Theo, many including breath-taking sketches. The two were very close, Theo being his brother's primary financial supporter and confidant. ...
... in for good measure.
If you are travelling to Amsterdam with kids then this would be a great way to spend the day, not only is it a fun museum but there is a beautiful outdoor area which stretched along the roof and has great views on the city. If you are not travelling with kids and you are grumpy like me, maybe be careful of what time you head there!
THE SEX MUSEUM:
For 4€ you can't complain, it has some interesting facts and some ...
... stripped away early in life, I felt at a loss as to how I can relate to them, and be helpful to them without being patronizing and savior-y. But I was fortunate to have friends and mentors who helped to put things in perspective... First, having privilege isn't shameful, but it is very important to be honest with myself about the privileges that I do enjoy, and to be honest about those that others do not. Second, having privilege ...
... on model ships, arms and porcelain from all of the colonies. It was interesting to learn that the Dutch were the first Europeans to have access to the Japanese culture which explains where the Delft blue porcelain they are so famous for. Outside of the museum we took the touristy photos in front of the I AMSTERDAM letters. There were people climbing them of all ages, yet Maggie still managed to get a spot on top of the M. We then wandered ...