Rembrandtplein Hotel

Groenburgwal 27, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1011, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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Airports and planes

A travel blog entry by goatgoingsolo

... little car things that DONT MAKE A NOISE and no flashing lights. And they are not slow either. Some poor guy next to me had to leap out of the way. Better himthan me!

Time to go through the security gate now, and this time I actually got to finish my drink and not have to throw it out!

By the way,it is so nice to see civilized toilets. At KL it was little squatty things. I took a photo, but will upload it later. ...

Red light yeah right

A travel blog entry by lbhendy


... and a pedestrian walkway, these do mingle and pedestrians are the lowest denominator! You look both ways twice before you risk crossing - even on a pedestrian crossing! The cyclists stop for no one. The city feels frantic and everyone in a rush. And then there is the 'coffee houses'. You can smell them. There are ' seeds' and tobacco for sale everywhere, even hash lollipops you can buy in the market.

The 'A' towns: Aachen and Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jimwitmer

... and safe bike lanes, interesting restaurants, parks... and on and on. After many visits there over the years, I always come back to this sense that the city is etched in my genetic make-up; and in fact, my mother's family immigrated from Holland generations ago. I alwasy feel like it is the place I belong and was meant to be! The next morning, I got up and caught a train to the ever-busy Amsterdam Schiphol airport and caught my flight to Reykjavik to join Randy and Lill.


Day 35 – Depart Eurodam, & land in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by darrellt


... amp; catch a tram into Amsterdam.

First thing we do in Amsterdam, is investigate the bus station location for our Sunday all-day tour to Bruges, Belgium. Once satisfied we know what & how to get there by 9am Sunday, we go for a walk around the city streets, alleyways, lanes, boulevards, squares & along canals. Can't really get our heads around how many canals, house boats & bridges there are in Amsterdam. It seems many live on ...


A travel blog entry by depaysement


... thought. When we did eventually find it we were greeted by Nick, a stereotypical American hippy. Although very small, the 'museum' was very interesting and there was no mistaking Nick's passion for all things fluorescent. He talked us through several rocks and showed us them under various lights, all of which gave quite striking results. He also showed us everyday objects which contain some kinds of fluorescent, we found this part especially interesting - ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near Rembrandtplein, South Church (Zuiderkerk), Oudemanhuispoort, and Het Internationale Danstheater.
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