Hotel Sint Nicolaas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sint Nicolaas Amsterdam
The Hotel Sint Nicolaas was a wonderful find with interesting decor, delicious breakfast & a really comfortable bed. Though it was more expensive than our usual accommodation, it was only 20E more than the sleazy hotels around the corner, so worth every cent.
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... for handouts. He was harmless enough and didn't seem to be all there, but he was well clothed and had an interesting friend along with him...a white rat sitting on his shoulder. After a brief conversation, the 1st mate gave him a can of Coke from the bar and he left. She then explained to us that he was actually collecting food for Syrian refugees that were in the city. It reminded us that one can never judge a book by it's cover.
The boat ride ...
... here but we needed some extras to keep us going and we wanted to leave some food here since there had been some left for us.
We relaxed for the remainder of the day, we have another full day here tomorrow to and need to find some postcards and stamps etc and there is a place we want to visit for lunch too. This apartment has been perfect for us while we have been here, sadly heading back to hostels after ...
... been looking forward to all trip. I was unprepared for how intense it was, it really reminded me of discussing the Holocaust with my grandfather when I was a young girl doing a class project. Growing up Jewish, and spending some time in Israel a few years ago, this really hit home, and I was surprised with the range of emotions I experienced while walking through. The walls really do breathe history, and "intense" is the only adjective I can currently come up with to explain this experience. ...
... India Company, and the family acquired the property in 1884.
The interior of the house, which was altered by a couple who owned the property during the 18th-century, is decorated in the style of the Louis XV period. After admiring the magnificent entrance hall, with its grand staircase, we toured drawing rooms, a parlor room with a garden view, an elegant dining room, plus several bedrooms. A large collection of paintings, fine furniture, ...
... the tulips are everywhere.
I am happy Claire had such a wonderful experience in Amsterdam. Now that I have seen the city I understand why. It has a lot of young people living there which reflects the positive energy I received. So many people speak English too which makes it very convenient. I did love hearing the dutch language even tho it is not a pretty language. It was so cute to ...