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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
... seem very austere. The Palace, while very nice, was not as impressive as some of the homes I toured in England, but my Dad was very impressed.
Before heading back to the bus, we stopped at this little Russian store on the side of the church. This store sells nothing but matryoshka dolls. They ranged from simple and inexpensive to ornate and expensive. The shop owner was kind enough to let me take pictures and was impressed that I knew what a troika ...
... young boy that was being hid. Maud was to bring the boy something to eat during the day. One day Maud was taking food to the boy, when she came up, there were 6 Nazi soldiers looking at her. She prayed and pretended that the soldiers weren't there. By the time aunt came in, Maud was hysterical. They had to move her to another home.
Maud watched the Canadian army come through to liberate the Dutch community of ...
... harry potter stairs" but were actually inspired by a broken piano.
After the presentation I was exhausted and came home to take a nap. When I woke up, one of my roommates and I went to the King's Gardens to play catch with an American Football (oddly enough, that is the only thing we have in our apartment). When we got back, she looked up this bakery that is supposed to be one of the top 25 bakeries in the world. It was closing soon, so ...
... including the famous “Night Watch”. The paintings are 350 years old, but they are
magnificent, luminous, and truly awe-inspiring.
After the museum, I was truly done for the day. I figured out which tram would get me closest
to the hotel, stopped at a little café up the street for supper, and couldn’t wait to get to bed.