Hotel Van Gogh
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Van Gogh Amsterdam
Just like a hotel! Great staff, very clean, decent wifi and free fresh towels every morning
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So my foray into the unknown began terribly, having been bought one too many Long Island Ice Teas by my "generous" friends at my leaving party the night before, I was a little worse for wear the morning my adventure began. Luckily I had packed the day before, so had plenty of time to timidly eat some breakfast before promptly throwing it back up …
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... concentration camps (and her family was split up). The even sadder part was that Anne died just 1 month before the liberation by the Allies. Her father survived and was given the diary by a family friend who had saved it from the house after the Franks were taken away, and he published it, which was what Anne had wanted to do when she escaped from the camp.
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... really liked it. We were saturated with opulence by then! Lunch on the second day was not traditional at all: it was in a very upscale restaurant where we had a view of the St. Isaak’s Cathedral right across from us. The building was beautiful, preserving an old fašade and constructing a new interior. The food was delicious, if a bit rich and expensive. I tried the beef stroganoff – after all, I was in Russia – but it ...