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"Walk through Vondelpark and walk through the city all the homes on the canals have some history."  See More

"If you want to walk or ride a bike and see some nature, Westerpark Vondelpark are closer to the city centre while Amstelpark is a bit further away, still reachable by bike and absolutely beautiful."  See More

"Near there the Vondelpark is great to wander through with buskers, etc."  See More

"From there, explore Vondelpark and/or walk up to the Stins Flower Market."  See More

"I have stayed at the =Owl Hotel (in Roemer Visscherstraat)-it is in the cultural museum quarter-walking distance to the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Vondelpark Rijksmuseum, Vondel Park, etc, close to Heineken Brewery if a tour interests you."  See More

"Hi Ann Marie! Great itinerary! I think you best bet is to book your accommodation through Airbnb. Some hostels offer private rooms with private bathrooms, but you could find a hotel that is equally priced. In London, you should be able to find an Airbnb very reasonably priced in zone 2. Try around Camden Town, Kings Cross, Greenwich and Stockwell for places that are well connected with central. Basically, anywhere on the Victoria Line, Northern Line, Picadilly Line or Jubilee Line (Underground train lines, aka the tube) will be well connected to New Oxford St, Leicester Square, Westminster, Waterloo Station and London Bridge. This is where all the best attractions are. Check out my blog post for ideas on how to get around, where to eat out, free things to do and day trips you can do from the city. !!"  See More

"The location is also great - it's a little way from Amsterdam Centraal, but it is right beside Vondelpark and you can get there very easily via the trams or on a bike."  See More

"Also Vondelpark, the red light district (a bit strange but worth seeing), IAmsterdam Sign, Negen Straatjes, and if you like museums, I've been told Rijksmuseum Amsterdam is the best one in the city."  See More

"Vondelpark is great to visit - and it's huge."  See More

"Vondelpark just down a couple of blocks."  See More

"The Vondelpark is fun-always things happening-take a picnic or eat in the cafes there."  See More

"Don't miss: - a walk around Vondelpark."  See More

"You could go to one of the parks in Amsterdam, Vondelpark is nice and the woods outside of Amsterdam, Amsterdamse Bos."  See More

"Hi Janine, I recommend you to have long walks around the canals (like Prinsengracht, Herengracht, Singel but not only), to visit the cozy Jordaan neighbourhood and please, please go outside the centre in Oosterdoksstraat, Westermarkt, De Pijp; go to one of the lovely parks (Vondelpark, Westerpark) and relax on the grass."  See More

"Depending on when you are going, just go to one of the parks like Vondelpark to people watch."  See More

"Eat pancakes at De Carrousel Pannenkoeken (at Tweede Weteringplantsoen 1) Vondelpark (beautiful park"  See More

"One option is to take a bike ride through Vondelpark, which is very pleasant and much calmer than a normal city street bike lane."  See More

"And a couple of good hotels around the Vondelpark(Amsterdam's central park)."  See More

"Get a bike, cycle the Vondelpark and the canal rings."  See More

"Amsterdam Oud-Zuid south side of the Vondelpark is the fancy area where most rich people live :-)."  See More

"There are lots of nice places in the Vondelpark or in the Negen Straatjes or anywhere else in the city for drinks or dinner."  See More

"I once stayed in Stayokay Amsterdam Zeeburg in the centre of Amsterdam, next to Vondelpark."  See More

"Also worth visiting and really a place to come to rest is Begijnhof or Vondelpark."  See More

"Definitely a nice place to visit is Vondelpark ."  See More

"From there, ride down to Vondelpark (12 minute ride) and cruise around."  See More

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