Hotel Y Boulevard

Address: Prins Hendrikkade 144-145, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1011 AT, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near National Museum of Modern Art (Stedelijk Museum), In de Waag, De Waag, and Scheepvaarthuis.
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

Wind, wind and more wind (and some art!)

A travel blog entry by katw_9 on Dec 22, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... the famous artwork. Off to see the Katten Kabinet - a house donated by JP Morgan to be a museum of all things cat. Not sure he specifically wanted it to be a cat museum but he wanted the house to be open for people to see. It was interesting to see the inside of an Amsterdam house and meeting Oscar, one of the three resident cats was an added bonus. Pancake and coffee for lunch - ok, nothing amazing and then back ...

Istanbul time, Entry EU & Co-driver trip to NL

A travel blog entry by foegoer on Oct 26, 2014

107 photos

... costumes and lots of stalls with tacky stuff for sale. It is the choice between staying and getting drunk or leave and keep energy for something new. We choose the last option.

With only a week to cross 7 countries we have to keep on driving. By night fall we stop somewhere. The next morning we find out that we park-camped next to a historical building! On the move again leaving Serbia and entering Croatia. We stick to the highway to get a quick ...

The Original Sin City

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Sep 07, 2014

10 photos

... or billowing out of their car. Yet we were surprised at the gender distribution in the district! Large groups of creepy old men or young guys on summer break from school would seem normal for an area such as this. But we saw plenty of couples, groups of young girls, and even a few families while we briskly passed the alleyways. I guess the majority of visitors are just curious tourists and not so much window shopping ...

Shtop! Thish Blog ishn't ready yet...

A travel blog entry by wendalex on Aug 11, 2014

37 photos

... Art galleries and museums also are in abundance. The must see for every visitor is the Van Gogh museum. As with the Anne Frank House, it pays to turn up early and book your tickets in advance. Queues for the museum can take a while to get through. On display is the largest collection of works by the artist anywhere in the world. Also on display are works by some of his contemporaries to give you a really god idea of where he fits in. Its crowded, but well worth a ...

KING'S EVE: REMBRANDT, A SYNAGOGUE AND DINNER

A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Apr 25, 2014

20 photos

... citizens dress in orange and wear funny hats, crowns and feather boas and wish each other 'Happy King's Day'.

Today we walk in a new direction from the hotel over to Jodenbreestratt 4, the Rembrandt House Museum, where Rembrandt lived and worked for 20 years. While the exterior of the building is original the interior has been restored as accurately as possible based on documents and actual excavations. Very few of Rembrandt's paintings are on display; Rembrandt ran an ...