BackStage Hotel Amsterdam

Leidsegracht 114, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 1016
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Motor home Rental

by rafman64

I am planning a road trip around Europe and I am looking for a place to rent a motor home from Amsterdam when i arrive.

Can anyone suggest a good place to do this from?

Also any good camp sites in Holland which allow motor homes?

Re: Motor home Rental

by ATLC

Hiring campers:

http://www.motorhomeamsterdam.com/ (in English)

or near Amsterdam:
Booij Dethleffs Centre Almere
Splijtbakweg 24
1333 HC Almere-buiten
Industrieterrein Poldervlak.
Telefoon: (036) 5372727
e-mail: info@booij.nl
www.booij.nl

An idea of prices:
http://www.booij.nl/content/206/seizoenen-en-prijzen-2011.html

Another possibility:
http://www.bwcampers.com/

Re: Motor home Rental

by pieter_jan_v

Campings in Germany:

http://www.bvcd.de/bvcd/de/landesverbaende.php



PJ

Re: Motor home Rental

by Aeto

We are also planning a Europe road trip next year. From our extensive research have found no matter where you intend to travel in Europe, hire and return a motorhome in Germany - the prices are so much cheaper. We have done the figures to prove it. We are hiring through Ideamerge (excellent company to deal with) - have used them before when we hired a motorhome in Spain in May 2010 - from Dusseldorf in which is not far from Amsterdam (240k). We don't use camp sites, we freecamp, usually with other motorhomes, in open spaces - parks, shopping centre carparks etc. so cannot help you with camp sites. Anyway enjoy your travels!

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

cannabis in Amsterdam

by TONY786

its all over the place.dont go inthe first one avoid bulldog as they are for tourits look at the ones with plenty locals in stoned they are the best. i found the greenhouse to be the one, bubblegum is very popular smoke. nice babes behind the bar selling coka cola and coffee and the dealer in the corner expext to pay 8 euros for a good size bag eneough to last a few joints, attached are pics of the greenhouse and other shops and plants growing, take it easy though it is a lot stronger than the u.k and you see uk folk walking about zombied

Strolling Along The Canals

by AmericanH

Amsterdam is referred to as the Venice of the north. Once you see all of the lovely canals you will know why. It is a wonderful city straight out of the 15th century, flourishing in the 21st century. Everything about this city is a must see. The best way to see it is by walking. Pickup a good tour book with a map and just start strolling. Do research on the internet, there is an endless source of information about this city. The cobblestone streets and the 15th century buildings. The canals with the houseboats and small fishing boats. Listening to the dialects from so many different nations.

We had the most fun just standing on one of the bridges that lead into the Red Light District. We watched as 1000's of people poured in and out thru the narrow alleyway. I enjoy people-watching almost as much as I enjoy siteseeing.

See the Rijksmuseum & VanGogh...

by rewolf

See the Rijksmuseum & VanGogh museum. Take a canal tour. Sample the local weed. Cruise the red-light district. Check out the diamond wholesalers. Hemp-hazed memory of walking the streets on a 'four season day'. It rained, snowed, warmed up like a spring day when the sun came out.

Dogs sh*t here (rough translation) :))

by Lalique

The last day walk began with taking a pic of one of my favourite information bearing tiles in Amsterdam....
Ask me why? Hard to tell.... Maybe because I still don't know the exact translation? ;))))

Museums.

by A2002

There are many good museums in Amsterdam. The major ones are around Museumplein. The more popular and recommended museums, but not limited to, are Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk museum.

www.rijksmuseum.nl
www.vangoghmuseum.nl
www.stedelijk.nl

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