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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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... Amsterdam was the wealthiest city in the world; on this day, it's easy to see why. The canals are shimmering; the streets are vibrant and everyone - everyone! - speaks English. In fact, many of them appear to speak a better brand of English than many native English speakers. I don't hear anyone say "like". Along with 2 friends, we board a "hop on/hop off" canal ride; one that circumnavigates the entire "Centrum", or mid-town area. The ride is relaxing; the boat glides ...
... encompasses city life - canals, bikes, people walking around.
Our air bnb for our last night was a little attic space in another part of Amsterdam about half a mile away from our first. There were 70 vertical (not kidding) stairs to climb to get to our room. It was really interesting but killer on the calves. It was such a cute little space. Our host had records and CDs of a lot of American music so after rob and I went for dinner we spent some time chilling ...
... the Best Western! Then my dad and I walked the girls to the metro station then we went to a bar for a couple drinks before bed!
The next morning my mom brought me Starbucks in bed! We all showered and then headed to the canal tour boats. We took a boat around Amsterdam where we were able to see a bunch of different sites around Amsterdam! Then we went to lunch where we got some beers and shared a bunch of different things! Then we met ...
... English Channel, we took a slow drive down the coast to Bayeux. Two great stops en route. First was the memorial for the Pegasus Bridge. The capture of this bridge by British and Canadian forces, who arrived by parachute and glider, was crucial to the Allied invasion of "Fortress Europe". The memorial is very well done, and the replica of the bridge is interesting. But even better was the Memorial at Caen. It is a historian's delight, with loads of information on how ...
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Outside of our window was the serenity garden. It was all set up with blue water bowls and several whispering Princes' that would listen to all your worries and fears. You were not allowed to talk in the garden, as it was a place to take away any bad dreams so that you could sleep peacefully.
Once again, we were treated to complimentary champagne in honor of our anniversary. We enjoyed it after touring the canals and before we walked around the red light ...