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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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Amsterdam is an interesting city full of history, unique gabled houses, canals and cyclists. It seems much busier than its population of 800,000. In the 1600's Amsterdam was the world's richest city, steeped in commerce and an international sea trading port. Now it's a place where people from all over check out the wares in the famous Red Light District or enjoy a joint in one of Amsterdam many coffee shops. It was a long day to get to Amsterdam, leaving Salzburg at ...
... to meet us so that we wouldn’t have any trouble finding the place. That sounded great to us having managed to get turned around once or twice on trains and trams in London. However we quickly realized that we should have done a tiny bit more research into the tram system before we got there because it was not quite as easy to navigate as we thought. After walking up and down the different stops we finally broke down and asked one of the girls at ...
... saw the letter that had been read to them at church. The letter states that they had to go to the train station to register. The friend had found a family that would take their children and hide them. Maud's parents told her that they were going on a vacation on a farm. Her parents took Maud and her sister to a house. At approximately 3 o'clock in the morning, she and her sister were waken and taken to the family who ...
... take in drunken British bachelor party boys (who make up 60% of the wages earned in the district! Crazy!). We learned that project 1012 which is trying to clean up the district and diversify the businesses and therefore the clientele isn't really working how it was intended. They have closed about 200 windows since 2008 and have tried to set up art installations in them instead... Needless to day that hasn't worked! They are also closing some of the coffee shops on the ...
... cafe near the Bloemenmarkt in Muntplein. The flower market itself was extraordinarily beautiful, I can't imagine how much better the tulips must look when I head back to Amsterdam in May. The cool thing about this market however is that it is the world's only floating flower market!
Then, we headed back over to the Jordaan part of town to hop on the paddleboats and ride down the canals. For 11 euros a person, we were able to take 2 ...