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We walked by this monument several times while going to and from our hotel and restaurants. I wondered what it was about and read up on it and it is quite funny, another reviewer here explained it.
Amsterdam has no shortage of interesting sculptures and monuments and this is just one.
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
reviewed February 17, 2020 by ClogsPL
This statuette is, in my opinion, a bit more striking than the one at Prinsengracht; this one showing a sad looking young woman, holding some meagre belongings, at the time of leaving her home at number 37 perhaps? She looks forlornly to her left, almost as if she is trying to look back at her home, as she is leaving...
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
reviewed December 24, 2019 by ClogsPL
Frontrunner of the feminist socialist movement for equal rights between men and women. She gave her name to the movement "Dolle Mina's" (Crazy Mins). Impressive statue dedicated to an impressive woman. Statue eas designed by Gerrit van der Veen, who was executed by the Germans in WW2 for his acts of sabotage against them.
Rather funny blue metal artwork, free standing on a green lawn, directly across from the Berlage statue, a little swirl of colour and frippery as opposed to the massiveness and severity of old Berlage.
Vis aan de Schelde is great.
You don’t go there just to have a meal . It always feels like a party.... you automatically get in am’lets party ‘ mood....
Food is great ...staff is great ....
Its just one of those places you really want to go to if you haven’t been there for a while...
Visited here on a business trip and it was really good, the Sushi starter was excellent.
The teppanyaki grill was also good, probably more about the food than the show compared to benihana but worth visiting!
Nice choices of skewers, appetizers and noodles at reasonable prices. Called for reservations on same evening and was assigned two seats with understanding that we had to leave within 1.5 hours which was ample time a nice dinner.
I'm guessing that in comparison to some other hotels in Amsterdam, Motel One is quite spacious and modern. In comparison to many other hotels, its cozy (as in small). However it at least calls it with a correct name, it is a motel.
The check-in was painfully slow, however very very friendly. The knowledge of the area (or bothering to...