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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Keizershof Amsterdam
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... no more or less then what I carried returning from Australia, and on that trip I had to go through Australian security and Dubai security but with no issues. BUT Newquay airport decided that not only did I look dodgy enough to have to remove my shoes and have a swab taken for drugs testing, but apparently I was so dodgy looking that they even felt the need to empty out the entire contents of my carry-on bag!! Thankfully I was in no rush and obviously ...
... been here! They even sell cannabis ice-cream!
But it is the stunning architecture of the Old Town that had the three of us gasping in places; like nothing any of us had seen before. And quite intriguing also was a number of the buildings seemed to be 'leaning', almost as if they were propping each other up! You can definitely see a European influence here, and our own hotel The Victoria, has ...
... hefty 20-euro admission fee!
An exhibition entitled "The Oasis of Matisse", which is on display until August, is the largest exhibition of Henri Matisse (1869-1954) ever presented in the Netherlands. We walked through many large rooms with masterpieces of Matisse displayed alongside the work of his contemporaries, such as Picasso, Van Gogh, Cezanne, and others. The exhibition displays paintings, sculptures, and Matisse's famous ...
... cities on water. I also noticed that a lot of the houses were tilted forwards or to the side. This is partly due to erosion underneath the houses from the water, and also to aid the people to hoist things up to the top level of the house, as the houses are very narrow. See, very clever Dutch engineering. The Dutch are also very tall. They believe this was because they used to eat a lot of dairy, therefore they may be bigger boned. Not sure if this is actually true, but ...
... where we saw and smelled a few people mellowing out right on the sidewalk. Frank says it's not a big deal here and most people don't partake, and that it started in the 60's when a lot of hippies came here decrying alcohol, introducing weed. You can also buy some laced baked goods right in the "Coffeeshops". We were told if we entered asking for coffee, we'd get a strange look from the help :) He showed us the coffeeshop that Miley Cyrus just about ...