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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Blyss Amsterdam
Nice and quiet hotel very close to Leidseplein, Fantastic location and staff.
However the facilities needs to be improved.
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First blog post, yey me.
Considering I live in London and Amsterdam is literally a short hop away.
I really can't help myself to think
And we are off! We got our bus from the hotel and it dropped us off at the ferry in Dover England. There were these beautiful white hills overlooking the coast. We tried to get a picture but got lost in our breakfast downstairs. We had a traditional English breakfast that you got to pick your own items. Tricia got toast, hash brown and sausages. I thought I ...
... were a welcoming family who sacrificed their lives to save others during such a delicate and dangerous part of European history. Corrie Ten Boom's room had been secretly renovated to accommodate a small hiding space, concealed behind her book shelf, in a similar manner to the story of Anne Frank. One night, 4 Jewish refugees and 2 Dutchmen rushed into the hiding place with minimal amounts of time before the Gestapo arrived to search ...
... outside the museum. Mum made lunch beforehand at the B&B so we enjoyed fresh bread, meat and cheese. We thought a lunch time cocktail was in order so we then headed over to the House of Bols. This was an amazing tour which culminated in a complimentary cocktail and two tasting shots of the Bols products. I had a lychee martini and Amy had a mai tai. Our shots were the sour apple, red orange, banana and peppermint. All very yummy. The house of Bols ...
Wednesday the 21st of May after calling Tammy & Tracey for their birthday, we caught the ICE train from Cologne to Amsterdam arriving mid afternoon and found our hotel quickly as it was adjacent to the station. Although we knew everyone rode bikes here we were surprised to see a 3 level bike parking station beside the railway! Amsterdam, like Venice is very unique – so much going on, and you ...