Vita Nova

Address: Oosterdok T O 4, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1011 AB, Netherlands | Inn
 
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      Joan, there's a lady in the window!

      A travel blog entry by saskilton on May 24, 2014

      9 photos

      Our day started very bright and early - so early breakfast at John Peirres hadn't started, but he had kindly packaged us a brekky to go. I was expecting a juice, and pastry. Maybe an apple. Instead we got a feast, enough for brekky for four! Our breakfast consisted of: - 2 small rolls filled with cheese -2 cheese sandwiches - 2 ham sandwiches - 2 apples - 2 orange juices - 2 chocolate milkshakes - a twin - a praline chocolate bar - 2 waffles What a breakfast! Needless ...

      Last day in Amsterdam and arriving in Bruges

      A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Feb 12, 2014

      3 comments, 25 photos

      ... of the wealthy as they have intricate stone detail, this is especially true of the home of Botelli a famous architect. It was nice to see people sitting outside the little charming pubs and cafés watching the world go by. After the river cruise we went to the "urban windmill" that was used for grain. Windmills are the most precious thing to people in Amsterdam as they were crucial in allowing them to get the water out of the dams so they could built. To ...

      Cultural Learnings in Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by gibbslocates on Sep 17, 2013

      1 photo

      Up bright and early it's a continental breakfast of salami, edan knobbly knees, rusks, OJ & coffee. As we're staying in the Museum Quarter, it would be rude not to visit the Van Gogh Museum - free to locals but 15 Euros to the great unwashed....that'll be me then. Grant got in free after I lied about his age....tut tut. That said it was a very interesting museum with a large collection and the history of how Van Gogh attained his style. Looks like it was hard work and would have ...

      Sex, drugs and canals

      A travel blog entry by amybulger on Jul 21, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... feel, or the fact that there are a lot of english tourists. But it doesn't feel.... Right. Maybe I will have to come back in the winter when all the locals are back in town! I'm taking the overnight train to Copenhagen tonight. I'm looking forward to getting to somewhere new and meeting new people again. But I've just looked at my ticket and it seems that I'm in the middle bunk... It will certainly be an ...

      A culture of cycling

      A travel blog entry by richfamily on Jun 01, 2013

      5 photos

      ... not. Motor cyclists imitating cyclists ride on the bike paths too. They all park on the footpaths leaving little room for pedestrians.

      Tim is saddened by the popular bike style which is very heavy, upright and very non aero dynamic. But he supposes that because it is so flat and no one seems to ride that far that they can get away with that style of bike.

      Anyway it all adds to the adventure and one day I would love to come back here and do a boat and cycling ...