Amsterdam Hotel Parklane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsAmsterdam Hotel Parklane
It is amaizing how many tiny homes and hotels that line the streets! The insides are also very small, and very tall. The stairs are quite the accident waiting to happen.
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We left Cologne after dinner last night & set sail for Amsterdam, our last port. It will be hard to get back into the normal everyday life of doing everything for ourselves. This has been the best, most relaxing, enjoyable, spoiling holiday ever. The food, service, tours, staff, itinerary have been first class
We arrived in Amsterdam around noon, and after another great lunch we left for a guided tour, including a canal tour of Amsterdam. It was a bit of ...
... then back to the boat. I didn't take one photo. Later on Denise had arranged to meet Daniella for dinner, Jean, Kim and I joined them. There was no real plan of where to go so we started walking. We ended up in a cafe on Prinsengracht that was really good, then afterwards, coming back, we got a bit off course and ended up walking in many interesting neighborhoods. We made back to the boat by ...
... which was interesting! Worth a visit but very interesting to me that nearly all of the images were of women or including women, to me highlighting how women have been sexualised and objectified since the beginning of time. There were a few funny mannequin type things including a flasher and a fat lady trying to grab you. We then wondered round the nearby area, which is the city centre, with lots of shops and ...
... The rooms they were in almost looked like doctors offices with a sink and bed and was quite clinical in a way! (We walked back down a street near the district the following morning that you could definitely tell was recovering from partying all night!).
The following morning we started off at the Rijks museum which is a huge art and history museum. There was some amazing pieces of work here. The most popular was a painting by Rembrandt. But Alaina ...
... guide told us he lives outside the city, bikes to the train station, and walks to his "city" bike which he uses to go to work. The big problem he said is to remember where you leave your bike-they all look the same. There are even some with a cart on the front to carry up to 4 children. A major reason people use bikes is to avoid the $6 per hour parking fee in the city; that is if you can even find a spot.
We had a walking tour in ...