Hostelboat Anna Maria V

Oosterdok t o 4, Pier 4, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Is this true?

by glossopcrew

I am staying on the Botel. Apparenlt it is on the other side of the water to the city centre and the ferrys stop at 10pm. If this is the case can me and my friend walk over any kind of bridge etc? I really wnated to see the nightlife in Amsterdam and will be so gutted if i have to be back over at 10pm! Please someone help me?

Re: Is this true?

by ATLC

Nah, you're sort of ok.
Here's the schedule:
http://www.gvb.nl/reizigers/soortenvervoer/Documents/ndsmwerfveer.pdf

It says weekdays and sundays, the latest is 23.45 hrs.
Saturdays the latest is 00.45 hrs.

Re: Is this true?

by Pijlmans

The website of the botel says that there is a free shuttle bus between the botel and Amsterdam Central Station at night when the ferry is not working.

Alternatively, check here how to get there by other public transport: http://journeyplanner.9292.nl/

Enjoy your stay!
Dennis

Re: Is this true?

by Pijlmans

See this link:

http://www.amstelbotel.nl/en/algemeen/contact-amp-how-to-get-to.html

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

National Flag of The Kingdom of The Netherlands

by xuessium

The Dutch tricolour was first used in the second half of the 16th century when the Dutch provinces revolted against Spain. Their leader was Prince William of Orange (hence the name of "The House Of Orange" for the current reigning monarchy).

The flag was named "Prinsenvlag" ("Princeflag") after him. At first the flag was orange-white-blue, but later the orange stripe became red.

The present red-white-blue tricolour is considered the "Koninkrijksvlag" ("Flag of the Kingdom"). Source: Flags Of The World

Better to be Safe than Sorry

by amazingclick

Always keep my tip "better to be safe than sorry" in mind while moving around in Amsterdam. Have little cash on you. Just enough. Avoid travelling alone in the Red Light district specially at night. Vondel Park. Green with lakes, music ...its awesome...I just love parks, specially coming from India where you rarely find any good ones which you can enjoy.

go to the Heiniken factory!...

by Lizzette

go to the Heiniken factory! You can get all the beer you want just for 2 guilders!!
Also to the Vang goh's musueum is the most woderful place I've ever been, and the Ana frank's house...wowow! You don't want to loose it! The best place: Vang Goh 's museum!

Anno Vleminckx Sausmeesters

by Billy_26

Without a doubt a not to be missed place whan visiting Amsterdam !!!
Located at Voetboogstraat 33 this is the world best chip house. Served in a cone shaped cup the chips are thin, fresh and taste delicious drenched in a selection of different sauces. Stand in the dimmly lit lane and eat with the masses of people that frequent the stall. Yuuuuummmmmmmooooo!!!!

Get travel assistance at the VVV

by cwest03

Visit a VVV office. Tthe Netherlands has some of the best tourist information available at their tourist offices throughout the country. A VVV office can provide the traveler with anything from maps to city guides to hotel reservations all at a reasonable price. If you don't already have the information you need or if you need a room I highly recommend that you visit a VVV office before you do anything. A hotel reservation will cost you under 10 Euros and is well worth the price if you have ever tried to book a room in Amsterdam by yourself. Once you have settled on the hotel you will be asked to pay for the full bill at the VVV office. The only down side is that you don't get to see the hotel that you are given but again, it's well worth the convenience. VVV offices can be found at Schiphol Airport and in front of Amsterdam's Central Station (walk out the front door and head straight and to the left). You can also use any other VVV office in the country to book as we did from delft.

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