Going Dutch

Flew into Amsterdam and after a few days took the bus to Paris and on to London then to Edinbourgh where we rented a car and toured Scotland over to Belfast and all of Ireland before busing back to Amsterdam for 2 weeks of R and R.While there, we took a private boat tour of the harbor and canals. A walking tour of the "Old" section is recommended as well as the Art Deco sauna. Dutch bars, off the Rembrantsplein are fun. The laughter, song, and music are great. At 100 Amstel is the best Irish Pub in my book...Mulligans.


Going Dutch

Member Rating 0 out of 5 by HHiker on January 1, 2001

Edinbourgh and the Castle. Ireland and Kildare.${QuickSuggestions} Drive on the right in UK.${BestWay} Walking and trams in the major cities.

Friends Home on the canal in downtown area

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by HHiker on January 2, 2001

Three Story 300 year old Brownstone. I have stayed at the Princegracht Hotel (B&B) on Princegracht just 3 houses down from Utrechstrat. A very reasonable clean B & B with excellent food and service.
The Canal
Downtown
Amsterdam, Netherlands

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