B & B de 9 Straatjes

Runstraat 16, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1016GK, Netherlands | B&B
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Day 41: Sleep, Sleep, and More Sleep

A travel blog entry by flahivemo

... sleep cycle. So I got ready and headed into town with everyone around 9. We got to the first bar where it was unlimited free shots of vodka and jaeger for an hour. Some people took much advantage of this, I had a few of the vodka shots but they were not very good so I stuck to my sprite. Onto a few more bars over the next couple hours but I was growing tired fast. So on the way to the last ...


A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... to be awarded a scholarship to work at the International Criminal Court here for six months. It's a pretty prestigious position, she was pretty lucky. So we chatted and drank beer and then ate some delicious Indonesian food. It's really nice that the Dutch people have adopted the food of their former colonies as their own. They had a colony in Indonesia and Surinam, and the food is delicious. I'm told it's more exotic and interesting compared to traditional ...

Adventures in the dam

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie


... get through it since it was so yum but it was pretty heavy going! The waitress was impressed so we felt like we had got the full Dutch Moeders experience.

The next and last day we got up and just took our time. We took a detour to find one of the infamous windmills before heading back over to the museum quarter and back to the Kiwi café for some much required and hugely missed kiwi brunch. I had mince on toast - how long has it been! - and Jason had the classic, and ...

Day 28 - Brugge, Belgium to Amsterdam, Netherlands

A travel blog entry by byrneymack


... Brugge Whack Brugge, probably the best streets I've walked yet in Europe. Cobble stones line the roads and footpaths. Surprisingly, as I didn't know, but they had canals running through the city that could hold their own toe to toe with Venice. Overhanging trees against the old brick homes, Brugge really is picture perfect. They had tight regulations on modifications to any building within the city. Brugge had cable ...

The cruise begins

A travel blog entry by rose60


... the soft foundations.

  • Most Dutch buildings are supported on pillars.
  • The canals are approx 3 meters deep: 1 meter water, 1 meter bicycles and 1 meter sand!
  • Insurance companies pay to have metal barriers placed on the edge of the canal so motorists don't drive their cars into the canal.
  • The skinniest house is only 1.6 meters wide. Dutch houses in the 16 and 17th century were taxed on the width of their houses, so ...

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