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TravelPod Member ReviewsLinden Hotel Amsterdam
One of our most favourite hotels ever. When we stayed it consisted of an old/historic/characterful half and a more contemporary/slick half. We got to stay in the old section (The Arcadia?) and it was fantastic. Triangular in shape, our top floor room overlooked a canal on one side and a big plaza out front which was the location for a big market on our last day. Located in an excellent position, it was very clean and the staff were awesome.
We'll be back one day.
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Because my Dad's from Holland (plus the fact that I'm a bit of a boat tragic) I was really looking forward to seeing Amsterdam. I/we certainly weren't disappointed, that place really is fantastic. The architecture is incredible, as is the food, the people and the general atmosphere. We loved everywhere we went in this city, which was generally by …
... saw a type of bison with massive horns called wisents. They were recently introduced to the park as an experiment and are quite enormous. They often blocked the bike path as they were grazing. A bit scary to pass them, but they seemed to be adapted and comfortable with humans.
We really wanted to experience Holland's countryside, but ultimately we came to the Netherlands to visit colorful Amsterdam. Once in Amsterdam we walked everywhere, as it is not that large of a city. ...
... to all. The lecture was superb and explained the unification of Germany and it's need for migrant workers as it's own population declines. Chancellor Angela Merkel is a qualified physicist and comes from East Germany. A very smart lady.
Dinner was,again,superb. The company is fantastic. The Americans are so courteous and curious about Australia. The courtesy is almost stressful as you are so uncertain who goes next as they hold back at every queue and everyone acknowledges ...
... in the centre of the city. This was one of the longest shopping streets I'd ever walked along, filled with the same shops as Cologne, Düsseldorf and, to some extent, Barcelona., the only difference being that it was a pedestrianised street shared with trams. If you didn't have your wits about you, you were likely to go the same way as Gaudí (killed by a tram).
What had started out as an easy stroll turned into ...
Today it was still cloudy and rained off and on this morning. We started the day with a bus tour of Amsterdam seeing the old and new parts of the city. We saw the Royal Palace and the Monument to WWII. We also were told some interesting facts about how the houses are all built on stilts and why they lean. We also went on a Canal Boat ride seeing different housing communities from the rich to the poor and were told about how taxes ...