Hotel T Jagershuis

Amsteldijk 2 - 4, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Noord-Holland, 1074 , Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Amsteldijk 2 - 4, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, is near ArenA, CoBrA Museum of Modern Art, Amstelpark, and Pathe ArenA.
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    Travel Blogs from Ouderkerk aan de Amstel

    Exploring Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 13, 2014

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    ... how it looked during the war as it was Otto Frank's wishes that it was left untouched. He said this was symbolic of the emptiness of the millions of people who were taken away by the Nazis and never returned. He was a driving force behind the museum being set up and run as he felt it was an important part of history. There are some remaining historical features, such as the original bookcase which concealed the annexe entrance and the pictures of ...

    Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by stcy1988 on Dec 02, 2013

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    ... it.
    We wanted to see the Amsterdam Museum, took a while to find it but glad we did. The first section was interactive and pretty fun (as well as educational) we were in there for ages. The second section was a featured artist, I can't remember his name, the work wasn't to my taste (not a snob I swear, it just looked rubbish) so we ploughed through it as quickly as possible.
    Amsterdam Museum - thumbs up.
    Before we left - we had to get some ...

    The 'A' towns: Aachen and Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by jimwitmer on Aug 23, 2013

    ... I don't know well, which led to a first-ever experience for me. The Dutch are well known for being a multi-lingual people. "Everyone" speaks English, and often German, French and perhaps another language. When I stopped to ask, in English, for directions to the hotel, the two forty-something women I asked got a panicked look on their faces and said, in Dutch, 'I don't think I know enough English to help'. So I had to reach deep and come up with the Dutch for 'I speak a little ...

    Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by whitmwalt on May 17, 2013

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    ... and despair he went through losing his whole family. We saw The original bookcase in front of the door of their hiding place, the pictures of movie stars Anne glued on the wall, and the diary itself. Her father said (tears in his eyes) that after reading it he doesn't think that any parent really knows their child. She masked so many deep thoughts and never really showed the hurt she was feeling. It was a very ...

    Sex, Drugs and Bicycles

    A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on Jan 15, 2013

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    ... is very different. It has been given over to a temporary museum/exhibition space. Now I am all for the church recognising that it needs to move with the times and become more in tune with what the congregration wants and wha the 21st Century demands, but when I found that I could not actually explore the church without paying a large fee for viewing an exhibition about American Indians (I’ve seen enough John Wayne movies and listened to “3 Wheels on my ...