Hotel The Crown
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel The Crown Amsterdam
Recomended for young people. Breackfast notthing special, but has a good location. Near Central Staition and Red Ligth District, and 5' walking for Madam Toussou
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i would love to visit this place, because i have some of my family lives there. i would also like to visit many of the historic museums. it also has some of the most beautiful canals in Europe. its also a really quiet place to stay, and to travel on a bike around the town.
... district later that night. Before bright lights and half naked ladies we went to visit the house of Anne Frank. That was a sobering experience and it was preserved so well. Walking around the rooms that these poor people spent two years of their life in hiding was moving. It was so quiet in the rooms with barely a spoken word, even little kids were respectful to the others walking around. We did have a couple pretty much making out in front of us, which was odd. Really there is ...
... a bus for an hour long ride to Rotterdam. The scenery along the way was beautiful with farm lands; horses, cows, sheep and birds; canals; new and old windmills; and multi-use trails. Rotterdam was a large and active city even on a Saturday morning. The port of Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe and one of the busiest ports in the world. The city has more than 1.3 million people. It has worked hard to rebuild its skyline after ...
... women: always as "happy smiling woman", often followed by "from [name of their country of origin."
At the end, we couldn't help but buy some cheese and clogs from the shop before getting back on our bikes for another hour and a half of riding along canals and through parks.
After heading back to the apartment for a shower and a little relaxation, we headed out for dinner. Since it was a special day, we had done ...
... land, the first museum of fluorescent art. No queues here! A tiny, trippy museum run by a hippy ma and pa from Paris and New York (who met in AMS). You crawled down a step ladder into the tiny basement room, where they had created this stalagmite / stalactite ice cave like wonderland with mirrors and crevices all covered in colourful fluorescent paint. Very cool! There was one girl who obviously had smoked a bit too much dope and couldn't handle it and left half ...