La Vie en Rose B&B

Address: Nieuwezijdsvoorburgwal 90 B, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1012 SG , Netherlands | 5 star lodge
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This 5 star lodge, located in the Burgwallen-Nieuwe Zijde area of Amsterdam, is near Randy Roy's Redlight Tour, Yellow Bike, Sauna Deco, and Kadinsky Coffeeshop.
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    Clogging our way (on the train) to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Sep 25, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... show similarities and differences of the artists at the time. It was really worthwhile. Afterwards we found a tram to get back to central where we headed off to find a restaurant for dinner then do some shopping in the supermarket for our breakfasts which we intend to have in the apartment.

    Other things made the day very interesting. We knew there would be a lot of bikes but did not realise there would be as many as there ...

    People and places

    A travel blog entry by mrvilla6 on Aug 16, 2015

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... walking compared to walking through the city and it wasnt raining! Thea had lunch ready for us when we got back. She had gone to the trouble of getting a lovely range of 6 french cheese and bread. We were very pleased with how pleasant our time together had been. Thea clearly enjoyed catching up on news of our family and sharing stories about her life. She walked us to the tram and we set off for Voorburg.

    Friday 21 August
    Sail Amsterdam is ...

    Back to Europe

    A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jul 10, 2015

    51 photos

    ... with boats of all sizes enjoying the day.

    Today i ventured out of the city to Zaanse Schans to see Dutch windmills, and then to a very Dutch village called Haarlem. The windmills were ok, but i enjoyed Haarlem a lot more. It was very quiet compared to Amsterdam, hardly any tourists. So much nicer to walk the old cobble stone lanes and alleys. The only problem with today was the wind, boy was it windy.
    I did manage to get on the wrong bus to see the ...


    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... a bar where we check in a get a much needed beer. The guy then takes us 100yards down the street to our rooms. Super weird. We walk up the STEEPEST three flights of stairs and open the door to our SAUNA. It is so hot in our room and the sun is just perfectly angled to our windows. Not even opening them helps. We change quickly and get out. We just walked around a lot today to get a feel of the city. Nate's jaw was on the floor the whole time with all of ...

    Canals and boats

    A travel blog entry by westburykj on Jun 12, 2015

    6 photos

    ... at the bar and the bartender has control of the steering wheel and every so often they stop so he can pour more drinks straight from the keg. There are apparently around 2500 house boats here most hooked up permanently to sewer and electricity supply. Most buildings have wooden piles or foundations and a lot are now sinking and so are leaning out of plumb to the building beside it. Will be a nightmare if one toppled over against a joining house or ...