Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... of them texting or talking on their phone while standing ever so casually in a matching thong and bra set. It was truly like they were on display, it is their business after all. We ended our bike tour at an old wind mill that was also a brewery which was pretty fun. I enjoyed a nice blonde ale, super fresh and fruity. Our guide bought some cheese and "grilled-wurst" and we nibbled and visited. One of my favorite parts of the trip was hearing my guide talk about how the only sport ...
... and missed the overture, which was a piece by Beethoven. At least we were getting our culture. I love Rachmaninoff, especially his symphonies, and was not disappointed by this performance-it was fantastic.
As we were leaving to catch the Tram I felt something was hanging around my waist and realized my belt had broken. I mean, totally ...
... pogroms in Russia and Eastern Europe. The Ashkenazie synagogue, founded 1671 and destroyed during World War II, has been rebuilt as a modern museum complete with pictures, photos, artifacts and assorted interactive exhibits detailing Jewish practices in general and Jewish life in historical Amsterdam in particular. There is a lot of material-before the Holocaust, 10% of Amsterdam's population was Jewish and the museum's treatment of the subject matter is thoughtful, exhaustive and ...
... our boy's brain. We circled around more paths to see even more curved beds of flowers and waterways cascading and flowing around and through them. All very serene and calming until the Kleenex was required - sorry to those lining photos who wondered at the sudden noise behind them. After we had also taken stacks of photos to somehow capture the beauty of Keukenhof, we needed more to munch and though one of the little carts would be a good idea. That was until I saw the sign ...
... are able. We went over the amazing Severn bridge on our way north to Stratford on Avon overnight. It is a beautiful place but we didn't do the Shakespeare tourist bits as we are not particularly fans and they are all quite expensive though there are deals to be had. The lovely riverside alongside the Royal Shakespeare Theatre is host to various activities and it was Morriss Dancers the night we we were there. The views along the Avon there are just lovely. Through ...
Other places to stay in Amsterdam
Centre, Amsterdam | 5 star hotelfrom $211
- Stay Away
- Great value and truly very comfortable!
- Club Rooms do the job
Burgwallen-Nieuwe Zijde, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $196
- Seemed fine to me
- Underrated and can be good value
- Stay elsewhere
Museumplein/Vondelpark, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $86
Zeeburg, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $208
- Still has teething problems
- Very Pleasant
- Not a bad choice..
Buitenveldert-Oost, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $139
- A great choice for my family
- Comfortable and clean - no surprises
- Good Hotel
Centre, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $226
- Excellent Hotel, Room, service and Value!
- Stayed 4 times
- Really a 4 star.
Centre, Amsterdam | 5 star hotelfrom $247
- Good comfort but boring
- Chain Charming
- Request an Apartment Unit
Amsterdam South, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $119
De Pijp, Amsterdam | 5 star hotelfrom $225
- Disappointing hotel - not worth 5 stars
- A Very Nice Stay
- Its much better than portrayed
ZuidOost (Business District), Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $155
- A good Business Hotel
- Great service, clean hotel, reasonably priced
- Friendly service
Apollobuurt, Amsterdam | 5 star hotelfrom $212
- All the Hilton Perks
- Peace and Quiet
- Everything we expect from Hilton - and more
Amstel, Amsterdam | 3 star hotelfrom $105
Amstel, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $106
Museumplein/Vondelpark, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $268
- Especially liked the health club!
- Great rate, nice hotel, good location
- The most comfortable bed ever.
Centre, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $167
- Our first hotel stay in Amsterdam, it was brilliant!
- Nice hotel but...
- Excellent Location
Sloten en Riekerpolder, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $107
- Not Enough focus on the customers needs
- Nice hotel
- Pleasant room, but all the problems of a new hotel
Centre, Amsterdam | 5 star hotelfrom $236
- Beautiful, Wonderful Amrath
- Schönes, wundervolles Amrath
- What an experience!
Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam | 5 star hotelfrom $333
- They treated me like a relative
- Perfect Location - aweful service!
Centre, Amsterdam | 5 star hotelfrom $235
- We would stay again without a doubt
- Nothing special
- Great Hotel in Good Location!
Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam | 3 star hotelfrom $172
- Above Average European Hotel
- Not what we expected
- OK, but some problem at the check in time
Canal Belt/Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam | 3 star hotelfrom $154
- Overrated and Overpriced
- Loved the Eden Hotel
- Ordinary and overpriced
Distelkade 21, (formerly Golden Tulip City North), Amsterdam | Hotelfrom $100
Westlandgracht, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $120
Centre, Amsterdam | 3 star hotelfrom $176
- Would stay again
- A great stay!
- Great Hotel, Great People, Great City
Museumplein/Vondelpark, Amsterdam | 4 star hotelfrom $177
- Great Hotel, Great People, Great City therefore Great Time!
- LOVED IT!!!
- Great hotel
Apollolaan 2, (formerly Le Meridien Apollo), Amsterdam | Hotelfrom $220
- Basement Dungeon to Junior Suite
- Good average hotel
- Nice room, mediocre restaurant