Hotel Rembrandt

Address: Plantage Middenlaan 17, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1018 DA, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
 
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      Bus to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 17, 2014

      ... again before our next service stop 2 hours later which had a McDonald's, which I felt obliged to buy a meal at. Feeling much better we arrived in Amsterdam and walked the 2km to our hostel which was in the heart of the city. On board we had bought comedy show tickets at the insistence of our busabout guide, so we quickly showered and got onto Elli-Mae and Eammon about meeting them near the venue. It was a nice walk through town and we bumped ...

      A day on the streets

      A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 15, 2014

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      ... oldest house (c. 1500s), made from timber. Many others didn't survive the Great Fires of Amsterdam. Today, the 94 dwellings are still only rented to women, keeping true to its original purposes. After this visit, I continued to Amsterdam Museum. This was formerly a convent, then turned into an orphanage, and now the city museum. You cleverly get a leaflet in your language with a QR code in the front which you swipe on the audio displays so it plays in English. You have ...

      Deacons do Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by kdraper on Oct 11, 2013

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      ... went to the Anne Frank House.  We had bought tickets online which was a great idea because the line was about 100 people long.  We walked right in and had a brief history of the war and the Frank family.  We then went up into the house and toured the secret annex.  It was very moving and a fantastic experience. Otto Frank had requested that furniture never be place inside the house so you had to use your imagination and the pictures on the wall to ...

      Amster-damn it's pretty!

      A travel blog entry by zerah on Aug 14, 2013

      ... Ahhh the waft of mull on the breeze, love this town.
      The jazz was a DJ, not that impressive. I wandered off and found a live polka band, drunks I think, they were good.
      Back in the hostel and some bloke off his head on who knows what is outside yelling all sorts of **** and laughing like a nutter. Mr Garrison, drugs are bad m'kay.
      €1.45 apples
      Well that was stupid, I'm sun stroked again, and definitely getting a cold. The old ...

      Dag drie in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by ramseyandjenna on Jun 18, 2013

      ... we missed the never-ending tour group lines! While there, I noticed a gentleman wearing an Aggie Ring. Ramsey confirmed after my whisper. Although, as much as I wanted to finally connect with anyone familiar with Texas A&M (and not tu), we agreed that the current setting and grave mood was not the appropriate time or place to out our affiliation. The Anne Frank House was fascinating, and somber, as predicted. I learned things that I was unaware of; the reason ...