Dutch Masters Apartments

Keizersgracht 580 A, Amsterdam, 1017 EN, The Netherlands
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First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by chefmimi88

Hi. I wold like to know if anyone has suggestions for fun restaurants in amsterdam so that I can make the most of my trip. I wold also like to know fn nightclbs where my friend and I can dance. I am sper excited abot visiting the city.

Re: First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by zuriga

Have a dinner of the Amsterdam specialty (Indonesian) rijstaffel. There are quite a few restaurants that serve it, including Samo Sebo or Tempo Doeloe. We love De Witte Oyl - great restaurant with a different type of menu. I'm not exactly what you mean be a 'fun' restaurant, but hopefully others will know of some!

Re: First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by delcity

this site may usefull. ( www.coolcapitals.com )

Re: First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by Pijlmans

Try this one for a delicious ostrich steak: http://www.restaurantdestruisvogel.nl/

And I have some nightclub tips here: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6117e/71211/5/

Cheers,
Dennis

Re: First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by ter1413

Marked

Re: First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by pieter_jan_v

Fun + Clubbing?

My first thought is to go to the Leidseplein and the surrounding area.


For restaurants have a look at:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Netherlands/Provincie_Noord_Holland/Amsterdam-463377/Restaurants-Amsterdam-TG-C-1.html

For nightlife have a look at:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Netherlands/Provincie_Noord_Holland/Amsterdam-463377/Nightlife-Amsterdam-TG-C-1.html

(you can use different view settings at above 2 links).


PJ

Re: First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by jojes

Hi

If you are in Amsterdam, you just have to go and eat at "The Pancake bakery" !
You can eat not only the (very good !) traditional sweet pancakes, but also choose from an entire range of savory pancakes.
It's located close to the Anne frank House.
This is the link to the VT-pages with reviews of this place : http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Netherlands/Provincie_Noord_Holland/Amsterdam-463377/Restaurants-Amsterdam-Pancake_Bakery-BR-1.html

Re: First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by Gregtravel

If you loke chinese their is a floating restaurant near the train station it is a smaller version of the floating restaurant in Hong Kong. If Booking try and get the first floor as gives bettter views of amsterdam

Re: First visit to Europe and Amsterdam

by pieter_jan_v

Nearby that floating Chinese restaurant is the new Public Library (OBA) with a restaurant at the 7th floor. There's a small terras with a great lookoff.


PJ

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

Always hosting

by Sharon

Amstredam is a very lively small city, never a moment of quiet.... Millions of tourists every year.
Think about it, its not THAT big city and its center and touristy area aren't THAT big at all !and yet so many people are visiting there everyday !
Im quite respecting the fact that the locals are still nice and quite helpful while they never get their city for them selfs.
Amsterdam is like a city which always partying and inviting the whole world but never is invited to any other Party.

In the photo two Dutch friends of mine, Inge, a good friend and Younis her friend which became mine as well. Thanks Guys !!!! Sunny days in the lovely Cafe's when i wasn't freezing to death and walking around in the rains and wind !

And thanks to the invention of...

by meetings

And thanks to the invention of the digital camera, the first pitures of the meeting are on VT already! Here is a picture of the group taken during the lunch at Café Luxembourg (at Spui).

Carin (Catnl), Chris (Csauve), Joan (Joanna22222), Amy (Emilia4), Mirella (Mirellaboer), Simone (sim1), Roelien (Nighthawk), Inger (Inger.), Marc (Flyingkiwi), Peter (Vpeter).

Anita (La_Holandesa), Diederik, Sandra (Sandravdp) and Salman (Capricorn) are not in this picture.

You can take a look at the travelogue on Sim1 or Sandravdp Amsterdam page to see a lot more pictures of this meeting.

Architecture-Spout Gable

by guell

The spout gable was a copy of the earliest wooden gables. This particular design was used primarily for warehouses from the 1580's to the 1700's.

Notice the huge beam sticking out above the top window? This is used to hoist goods into the attic and furniture into the removable windows below.

Oh, To Be Back In The Land of HEINEKEN! ;-p

by Krystynn

"Sailing round the world in a dirty gondola oh, to be back in the land of Coca-Cola!"
- Bob Dylan

Instead of a dirty gondola.... change that to -

"Cruising round Amsterdam in a fine glass-roofed boat. Oh to be back in the land of Heineken!"

I think Bob Dylan can see the humor behind this.... Surely one of the best ways to explore Amsterdam is to cruise around the canals in one of these glass-roofed canal boats. As it meanders through the network of canals, you'll be awed by the delightful sight of elaborate galded houses and narrow hump-backed bridges flashing by....

The Rijksmuseum.... Johannes Vermeer

by sim1



Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675)
The Little Street

In a cobblestone street are two houses with a gate opening onto the passageway between them. A woman sits in an open doorway, busy sewing; two children are playing on the stoop. Soapy water is washing down a small runnel between the paving stones - probably the woman in the passageway has just scrubbed her part of the stoop. Vermeer has recorded this everyday scene with apparent casualness. Although world-famous, not much is known about Vermeer's Little Street. In fact the original location has never been identified, and indeed may never have existed. But more significant is the atmosphere of the picture. The women are diligently employed while the children are absorbed at play. The scene emanates tranquillity and security.

http://www.rijksmuseum.nl/ariadata/image/SK/Z/SK-A-2860.Z.jpg

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Address: Keizersgracht 580 A, Amsterdam, 1017 EN, The Netherlands