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.
... full of partitions leading only one way and that is to the army of US officials whose sole purpose is to put you through security a second time.... Worldwide security standards clearly don't cut the mustard for our American brothers for whom the system was a brainchild in our post 9/11 world. No liquids over 100 ml, no jackets, coat tops or sweaters, no shoes, no electronics, in my case iPad, iPhone, camera and the array of chargers needed for these devices. x ...
... The hostel was great. i was so happy to find a good place as I was worried about the quality of a hostel called the Flying pig downtown.
Once we checked in and got our bags we walked around. Maggie has arranged to meet with Menzies around 5pm at a cafe/restaurant.
It took us a while to find him. but we did and went for a drink at Ricks bar, and then moved on for dinner around 7pm.
Dinner was at De Klos which had really good ribs. We were ...
... me in the ass. I didn’t have the exact route to our bus station figured out to get to Berlin. We finally found cheap bus tickets at almost half the original cost. We woke up and with almost 35 mins after packing and showering we were left with plenty of time to take our free transit to our export point. Enough time was an exaggeration. We had no exact idea where our bus stop was minus a vague googlemaps screenshot. We took a wrong stop and ended up ...
... 9.30am at this point, there was already quite a queue for the bus. The first one filled up completely and I had to wait a few minutes for the next one. If I hadn't brought my e-ticket online, I could have bought a combi ticket from the Arriva van specially set up for that purpose. It was a dedicated area for the Keukenhof Express bus and I could see why, it was so popular that the queues would get very long. Packed in like sardines, we went on the 30 minute trip ...