The Bridge Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Bridge Hotel Amsterdam
I stayed here for 3 nights in January 2014. I had just come off a tour group and was looking forward to 3 nights of sleeping in a room by myself. I booked the single bedroom which had a great view out over the canel. Staff were friendly, it was a short walk along the canel to reach the man road and immediate tram lines. Short walk to the city centre it's self. Breakfast was fantastic, room was cleaned everyday, and I could watch the Australian Open (tennis). Be aware there is no lift and several stairs.
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Again it has been many many years since our first visit to Amsterdam and so thrilled we chose to come back here again with the girls.
We had forgotten how beautiful the City is.
Another Easyjet flight. Yes they are supposedly cheap (not for 4 adults though) but we have had no isses and manage each time to weigh in just under our 20 …
... with large windows to reduce weight
... to lift our spirits and reinvigorate ourselves. One of the highest recommended sights, the canal tours, ended up being our biggest faux pas. After a thirty hour day with little sleep, signing up for a tour where they gently rock you back and forth and serenade you in three languages may not have been the best choice for beating jet lag. We hoped for a change in pace by visiting the science museum where plenty of interesting sights should keep our two ...
... able to meet.
After the event finished, we said goodbye to Sandy and made our way to the afterparty, which several of the acts from the concert were going to sing their songs again for a smaller audience.
We were fortunate enough to also be able to meet some of the artists more personally, as they were just floating around the venue. This included the German, Lithuanians and Norwegians, as well as hearing ...
... one end is the magnificent 'Night Watch' now beautifully restored in fact not dark at all. Then a walk around some side galleries and it was time to go home. We only saw 1/2 of level 2
Dinner back at the hotel, since it was cold and wet out.
Next day we were instructed to catch the 1146 train to Gouda ~46min so that Willem could meet us.
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