Amsterdam Jewel

Address: Singel 235, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 WE, Netherlands | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Centre area of Amsterdam, is near Herengracht, Singel, Artplein Spui, and Brillenwinkel.
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      A travel blog entry by foxc on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... buy some souvenirs and make our way to Gate H1 where our Airbus A319 was being prepared for our flight to London Gatwick. 50 minutes flying time later we were touching down at London Gatwick, and deposited outer remaining Euros in the Easyjet UNICEF charity bag on disembarking. Not the greatest arrival experience at Gatwick though, around 45 minutes waiting in the non-EU passport line, the EU line was even longer! ...

      Four Countries & the unspeakable

      A travel blog entry by adam_kaye on Nov 01, 2014


      ... bags (of course one of them was mine) so I had to go out there and claim it, They sent it and me through metal detectors and not finding anything of interest we managed to get back on the bus. At this time our tour manager was almost literally on edge that we would miss the early ferry, so we raced through the ticket point and they told us that the computer has just locked them out of booking more on the ferry but we could still try to get on! So our driver drove manically through the ...

      The Original Sin City

      A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... of flowered plants. You could actually get through the city just fine on foot, but having a public transit system built in was a huge plus for this city. The trollies raced through the intersections as tourists bailed out of the way and no one seemed to get excited at near misses between pedestrians and the vehicles.

      After dropping our bags at the hotel we hurried over to the floating flower market to buy some bulbs. ...


      A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Aug 01, 2014

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      ... br>
      This is the turning point today, I have rarely felt as **** as I do right now, I have to make a little bit of a sacrifice here and try have a quiet night, my throat is so sore I can barely eat anything, and no, alcohol does NOT cure the germs. The sun is at its highest point by the time we get out of bed, I imagine the birds have been singing for a while now, not that Michael or I would know as last night we didn't sleep much. No noise will permeate the room over ...

      Our luck ran out....

      A travel blog entry by currin on Jun 09, 2014

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      Remember on the first day we missed our flights due to tornado warnings in Detroit? I'm happy to say that bad weather was never a factor for the rest of the trip until this final day in Cape Town. Our flight wasn't scheduled to leave until 11:30 PM so we had the day to do what we pleased. We had pre-booked a boat ride to Robben Island. Ten minutes before departure, it was canceled due to high winds and rough seas.

      Plan B was ...