Hampshire Hotel - Beethoven

Beethovenstraat 43, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1077 HN, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Historic Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by halleyc


... they had live music, cocktails and quite the party scene on a Friday night. I’ve always wanted to see the Almond Blossoms painting, which was my main motivation for visiting. I have it hanging in my dining room. While there, I bought some souvenir coasters of the painting. The museum was great (even though Van Gogh’s most famous piece, Starry Night, is in New York – seems strange it wouldn’t be in this museum). After, I took a cab back ...


A travel blog entry by cleanslate


... s the only time I’ve
been caught in the rain for this whole journey! That called for a pause for tea and apple cake
at the museum café, and by then, it was 4pm and my late afternoon museum strategy
worked perfectly. There was no lineup, and the museum was relatively quiet. The best part of the Rijksmuseum is the Grand Gallery, filled with paintings by the Dutch Old Masters - Rembrandt, ...


A travel blog entry by crankin


... was spent riding the hop-on hop-off bus around the city. One highlight was a visit to Gassan Diamonds where we learned about the processes involved in cutting diamonds, watched diamond cutters at work, and sat down at a table with a woman who, using tens of thousands of dollars worth of diamonds as examples, explained the grading methods used to value diamonds. I asked, but she said there were no free samples.

But the ...


A travel blog entry by bmenke


... at 1.5 meters wide. The man living inside is taller than his house is wide. Another famous house on a canal is Anne Frank's house. We did not go inside in part because the queue (line) was so long and we had no interest in standing for an hour in the chilly weather. The outside looks like all the other houses on the canal; brick, 4 ish stories high, and leaning forward slightly. It's quite a sight to see because you would never guess such an act took ...

Clogs, Fishing and Red Lights

A travel blog entry by philandjan


... buildings have a lean. There are over 100km of canals linking 90 islands and over 1500 bridges. Amsterdam is often called the Venice of the North.

The canals of Amsterdam are a UNESCO World Heritage site, and form concentric rings around the city. They have fascinating names - like the Gentlemans' (or Patricians') canal, named for the Gentleman owners of the warehouses, the Emperors Canal and Princes Canal. We also saw the Anne Frank Huis, the house where Anne Frank and ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Amsterdam South area of Amsterdam, is near Concertgebouw, Wildschut Roelof, De Bakkerswinkel, and Essentials.
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