What a terrific place to stay in Amsterdam. Located on the same street Prinsengracht, as the Anne Frank Haus and close to the Rjiksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. The last two are also walkable distances. We stayed in the one bedroom which was small but very clean and up to date with washer and dryer, as well as snacks and tea and coffee service. After one night, because the other unit, the apartment wasn't rented, we moved across the hall to that unit, and upgrade,courtesy of Nico, and then wished we had allocated more time to stay in Amsterdam, as it had cooking facilities as well as refrigerator etc and a couch. A table and chairs faced the canal view, which is amazing.. We did not ask for the breakfasts, which one had to pay extra for although we reviewed comments here and the breakfasts, which you pay for in Euros, sounded great. Nico has purchased bicycles for use by guests which I think is a great idea for summer cycling around Amsterdam. Nico was very knowledgeable about how to get from airport to his place, and we took the bus and saved many many euros,and it took about 20 minutes or so, and was an easy walk to Prinsengracht,Then one looks for the side street high on the wall of a corner building, and you are there. Have a great time if you go there, We did.
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