Amsterdam Oosterpark Inn

Address: Oosterpark 71, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 2202 EC, Netherlands | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the Oost en Watergraafsmeer area of Amsterdam, is near Tropenmuseum, Damrak, Tropeninstituut, and Evenaar.
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      Travel Blogs from Amsterdam

      France 2014

      A travel blog entry by ldcampbell52 on Sep 30, 2014

      11 comments, 50 photos

      ... children, for reasons that are still unclear. DeGaulle insisted that the village be preserved in its post-war condition and even on a sunny October day it is a sobering place to be. Just so very sad and awful, what one human can do to another human. We then had a long drive south to Puy L'eveque where we connected in town with the Balls and Viehls. The house we rented is far from town, and really isolated. The place is large, old, musty, but with charm and a pleasant ...

      Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by kevandm on Sep 28, 2014

      5 photos

      ... effort. The Hams were at ground level. For those that do not know, Amsterdam was the home of painter Vincent Van Gogh who throughout his life only ever sold one painting he committed suicide at a very young age and died penniless. Today his paintings sell for millions of dollars – if only ….. Amsterdam was also the birthplace of the "Stock Exchange"

      The first night we were meant to catch up with the ...

      Amsterdayyum

      A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 08, 2014

      22 photos

      ... district later that night. Before bright lights and half naked ladies we went to visit the house of Anne Frank. That was a sobering experience and it was preserved so well. Walking around the rooms that these poor people spent two years of their life in hiding was moving. It was so quiet in the rooms with barely a spoken word, even little kids were respectful to the others walking around. We did have a couple pretty much making out in front of us, which was odd. Really there is ...

      Amsterdam - yesh!

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Jul 15, 2014

      284 photos

      ... Needless to say, we decided to call it a night.

      The following morning we stocked up at breakfast before heading out to the Anne Frank Museum - a museum set in the house where Anne and her Jewish family were in hiding during the Second World War, before they were discovered and shipped off to concentration camps. We arrived early, but there was already a long queue, and it was 2 hours before we could see the front door. Once we were through the door, we commenced the tour ...

      A Week in Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by taylorneese on Jun 29, 2014

      10 photos

      ... shopped in some of the stores before making our way to our last group meal. It was at a pancake house, which seems to be another popular Dutch dish. They told us that we could have two pancakes, but I couldn't even finish one. First off, the pancakes are giant and while they aren't thick fluffy pancakes, they certainly aren't as thin as crepes. They had all sorts of stuff you could put on them, including: bacon, mushrooms, lunch meat, cheese, fruits, nutella, powdered sugar, ...