Hotel The Crown
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... playing Chile. When we got there, it was nearly 70 minutes into the game and the score was 0-0. We watched for a while, and just as we were saying that we should leave soon, the Netherlands scored! When we met back up with our group for dinner, we heard loud cheers coming from the surrounding bars, signaling that the Netherlands had scored again. They ended up beating Chile 2-0. Go Oranje!!!
We had a group dinner at a local restaurant. We had three entrees to choose ...
... any stories from the Jewish side of the war. Standing in the house you can’t begin to imagine the fear and mental battle they would’ve endured in those two years of hiding. Never going outside. We entered through the museum before walking into the house. The house has been reconstructed to look exactly as it was when the families lived there including the mesh over the windows to block out all light. There is no furniture in the house, ...
... 7 feet tall (all according to the wiki article written by my father). When seeking advice from a fellow Dutchman traveler back in Argentina, he raved about the beauty of his home in the countryside and the culture in other cities like Rotterdam and the Hague. So after his diatribe I inquired about which areas I must make certain not to miss so I could show my wife how great the country truly is. What was his response after a short pause? "Just go to ...
... time. The amount of vendors who stood there on their mobile was remarkable! Needless to say that they wouldnt get a job at flight centre with that work ethic!!!
The next morning we went downstairs for our included continental breakfast, we were the first there and were pleasantly surprised by the decor and quality of the food. We then went on a 1.5 hr canal cruise with 'Lovers' which was beautiful, another perfect sunny day. We then had lunch ...
... hostel and onto a walking tour. The hostel was very clean and modern on the inside, although a bit far away from downtown. It had really good transit access. We got settled into our bunks and prepared to go on the walking tour. Geoff stayed behind because he was still a bit tired. I made my way downstairs and we were off to explore.
Dee was again our tour guide and showed us all around! ...
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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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