Mercure Amsterdam Airport

Oude Haagseweg 20, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1066 BW, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the ZuidOost (Business District) area of Amsterdam, is near Elektrische Museumtramlijn, Trammuseum Amsterdam, Dogtroep, and Dicky Squash.
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    Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

    Celebrating Catherine's birthday in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 13, 2014

    71 photos

    ... of the year, people line up outside for several city blocks and wait 2-3 hours for a chance at getting in. Luckily, Caroline had purchased our tickets six months ago for a specific date/time, and we were able to walk right in. I had not read Anne Frank's Diary and therefore had very little personally invested in the tour. My expectations were fairly low and I was just going along for the ride. Much to my surprise, however, the one hour museum tour was both intimate ...

    Two days in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 19, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... me a hefty $200 fee for that leg of the trip so I left my $50 rebuilt board on the island! In an attempt to avoid more baggage fees I then re-sized the bag to fit a 146x44 cm twin tip. American Airlines then managed to lose my bag in route to Costa Rica. When it finally showed up 3 days later from Quito, Ecuador, it smelled like a donkey had ****** on it but all of my gear was intact and I paid nothing in fees! By this time, the handles on my bag looked like they were about to ...

    A Week in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by taylorneese on Jun 29, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and also we were in the basement so we would be safe if anything were to happen. Next, he proceeded to show us the visual aids he brought because he was sure we were sick of presentations by now: a picture of a shrimp, a vuvuzuela, a picture of a kidney, and a picture of a pimp. His presentation was great, and very refreshing. He works for the UN and is responsible for researching statistics of human trafficking, where they come from, and what industries they are in. ...

    The flying begins

    A travel blog entry by mrsmc on Dec 21, 2013

    2 photos

    ... We never found the 'mediocre chocolate' shop. Finally it was time to board and the family from earlier were all the and looking happy. The Malaysia airlines plane was pretty good. The seats felt more like an arm chair than an airplane seat and the tv selection was pretty impressive. We set about trying to get as much sleep as possible, which was only about two hours and settle in for the long ...

    Days 112 - 116: Amsterdam and Brussels

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Aug 29, 2013

    79 photos

    ... went viral it was too late for the federal government to say anything and change the law so it would be up to local government to decide if it was illegal or not. Understandably, Amsterdam and most major cities wanted to keep it. One third of six to eight million tourists arriving in Amsterdam each year visit the coffee shops. Like most, I would assume the locals would have lost most braincells with such a thing being legalised. Interestingly only 16% of young Dutch people, ...