NH Museum Quarter
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Museum Quarter Amsterdam
Jean rated this 10/10 for a 4 star hotel..some compliment for her..
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Our last full day in Amsterdam was a slow start after the long day yesterday but still we managed to beat the crowds to Van Gogh museum by 9.15. This museum of all his well known paintings was a feast for the eyes. Just like the Rijksmuseum the famous paintings we read about and see in picture books are there for all to see...tremendous. After a …
... within Holland. It was a very interesting museum with lots of information and you could spend a good amount of time if you are interested in WWII.
My next stop was just across the street, the Artis Royal Zoo. The zoo was the first zoo in the Netherlands and is right in the middle of the city. I have been to a lot of zoos and this one was very nice. The zoo was also part of my card and I paid 2 euro extra for a map. There are lots of ...
... day we arrived in Amsterdam.
After finishing lunch, we buttoned-up and fought the chilly winds and walked to the Dam Square, where the carnival has been going strong since we arrived. From the Warmoesstraat, which forms the unofficial western border of the Red Light District, we turned into a small street leading to Oudekerksplein, a circular square upon which the Oude Kerk ("Old Church") stands. This 800-year-old church is Amsterdam’s ...
... sister, their parents, and four other jews). The rooms they occupied were larger than I would've thought, I had imagined them as being more crowded; though they probably were when they had furnishings in them (otto frank, the father, demanded that the rooms would never be furnished to look like they did before). However it was still a small space overall. Amazing to think that 8 people occupied it and didn't leave it for two years. Hearing all of the excerpts from ...
... and then we were ready for Sunday afternoon snacks, mimosas and some recycled new fashion. There were about 10 ladies in attendance, ranging from mid twenties to mid thirties, all happily teaching at ISA and living in Amsterdam and coming from a wide variety of interesting backgrounds. There was an exquisite spread of afternoon munchies, including bread, cheese, olives, tapenades, hummus, veggies, and ...