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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Iris Amsterdam
It's a 3 star hotel, stayed in a 4 person bedroom with shared bathroom but stayed amazingly... recommend if you are a person who doesn't value luxuries!!
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Iris Amsterdam
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... itinerary and offered to accompany us as baggage - almost tempted by the offer.
On arrival in Amsterdam, simple transfer to a train direct to Amsterdam Central station - 5 Euro each as against minimum of 45 Euro by taxi. Only drawback was wheeling the luggage through peak hour pedestrians and bicycles to the hotel about 10 minutes from the station. But it worked !
The Convent Hotel is a converted convent (apparently) which is showing its age ...
... a little of getting to know people on the bus but tonight we were all going out together and once everyone gets shifted you get to know the real them, so most of the contiki group went on the canal cruise but me and some girls wanted to skip that and go and get stoned so me, Jesse,Rachael ,Mel, Rhi, Jay, Michele and Julie went to a cafe and we all sat down and got stoned,we were only a few puffs in and i was off my diddly aka as high as a kite and then ...
... I am used to back home. One of the touristy things I did want to while in Amsterdam was visit the Anne Frank Huis and I honestly found this to be one of the bests museums/historical building I have visited in Europe/my life! The Anne Frank Huis, where Anne wrote her famous diary, lures almost a million visitors annually with its secret annexe, it's reconstruction of Anne's melancholy bedroom, and her actual diary, with its sunnily optimistic writing tempered ...
... city for sure. However, it annoys me that there is so much influence on the drug scene and not enough on the culture and country itself. I am definitely glad we chose to do the bike tour to see how the cheese and clogs were made and ride through the gorgeous scenery which a lot of backpackers would miss out on as they sit in various coffeeshops. It's fair to say I could not wait for Germany and the chance to finally see Izzy!!! Vaarwel Netherlands. Gutentag. Berlin, Germany ...
Well tonight we are in Amsterdam and after I have written this, we hope it will be late enough to go and have a look at the Red Light District. For our final morning in Paris we decided to walk along our local shopping strip for one last time. We didn't need to book out of the hotel till midday, and our train to Amsterdam was not until 2.25. When we got to the shops, everything was closed at 10am, so we went to Starbucks for a coffee. We ...