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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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... The taxis are mostly Tesla Model S!!!! Fantastic - but electric and therefore silent giving them an additional advantage in being able to sneak up on the unwary tourist who won't even hear them coming. (We visited the Tesla Showroom to put a deposit down but I have decided to wait for the upgrade model with 'Insane Mode' good for 0-60 in 3 Seconds!!) Then of course there are the canals and rivers. ...
... they have bike lanes, paid vacation and a social safety net, they're just more laid-back" argument. Those things are all true but Amsterdammers are just as busy, stressed and exclusionary as residents of any other large tourist-filled city. They are pretty laid back about drinking in public, smoking weed and sex-for-sale but if you interrupt their bike-flow, you're a public menace. My Theories About Why Cyclists Don't Yell At Cars Here:
- Those on bikes feel ...
... the Museum Director, claiming that I had something of import to share.
Breakfast over, out into Amsterdam we go, as we’ve done numerous times by now, on to the canal that fronts our hotel: the Kreizersgracht. It’s one of the main canals of the city, and is moderately well trafficked. Every available space on both sides of the Kreizersgracht is lined with houseboats; this is the case with every other Amsterdam canal that we’ve seen. ...
... with new leaves bright green. The buildings, the bicycles everywhere. We saw Ann Franks house & the queues of people lining the streets to visit inside.We saw outside Van Gogh Museum, Jewish Historical Museum
We were taken from canal boats to a coach trip first to the flower market then to meet our ship now docked in Wijk Bij Duurstede. Once on board our ship sailed off towards Cologne, Germany.
Sunday night we Yelped a restaurant in the area before walking to our destination. I suggested food, and nobody opposed so we found a restaurant with good reviews and off we went. This restaurant was in a neighborhood not far from our Hostel, but it was one that we had not yet explored. This neighborhood may have been the tipping point for making me want to live in Amsterdam. It was so adorably quaint and dutch looking. We had to walk over a foot ...