Bed and Breakfast 62

Address: Kerkstraat 62, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1017 GN, Netherlands | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam


A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 15, 2014

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... s sleep, a long workout and a fantastic breakfast, we walk to the Rijksmuseum, recently renovated in a very historic building, and full of wonderful Dutch masters paintings, including some truly amazing masterpieces. Neither of us have seen a large collection of this genre of paintings before, and we love this type of art, so we have a great couple of hours enjoying the collection. We could easily have spent another couple of hours here, but decide ...

Amsterdam...enough said ;)

A travel blog entry by chanelkind on Jul 09, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

Just a heads up to everyone reading this blog, I'm not going to hold back when it comes to writing about our activities in Amsterdam. If you don’t want to know, pretty please don’t read any further! We’re only young in Europe once, everyone does stupid things at some point in their life, so if you choose to read on, no judgement please! Oldies beware...

My first impression of Amsterdam was WOW! So many bikes, ...

Day 41: Sleep, Sleep, and More Sleep

A travel blog entry by flahivemo on Jun 15, 2014

Laziest day of the trip for sure. We had a walking tour in the morning followed by a trip to the Ann Frank house, I slept through both. And continued to sleep until about noon. I crawled downstairs to get some wifi and possibly some food when I ran into Sara and went to get food with her just down the street. Had some really delicious asparagus soup and then came back and crawled right back ...

A post in which I cover all of our Amsterdam trip

A travel blog entry by bakkernancy on May 16, 2014

317 photos

... and trolling along the canals (oh yeah and shopping too). We visited a local flea market and found some ice skates that my parents had used when they were younger and some other items for decorating our house and the usual tourist junk you get for colleagues back home (guess where your holiday tat is coming from guys!). Dave has finally found out what exactly comprises a real stompot (or strompot as he likes to call it). So now I really need to lift my game ...

Day one-of-many

A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 12, 2014

10 photos

... multitude of people), I immediately fell in love with the many fresh fish stalls and fruit and veg vendors. They also sold these funny clog-shaped slippers (bet I go home with a pair!), lots of local delicacies and so many types of Dutch cheese that it was an eye-opener. I only knew about two. And, no, I couldn't find a nice piece of Cheddar anywhere, not even in the supermarket! Of course, the supermarket was the other stop on the way home, to stock up on milk, porridge and ...