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We have visited Amsterdam a few times this year and really enjoyed going in. It is small so you need to get in before lunch time but it's great place and well set out! Great range of different flavours (if you know then you know)...More
My friend and I stayed for a short break at this hotel.
Its centrally located, so handy for the station, the RLA, bars and restaurants and a good base to walk further into the city.
I cannot praise the friendly and helpful team working there...More
I visited Amsterdam for pleasure, and I was on my own. Eight days into my trip, I was seriously homesick,and looking forward to returning home. I checked in here because of its location, and it was smoking friendly. What I lnpanded was a delightful home...More
What a wonderful coffee shop this is. Small and friendly with a rare outdoor section. As you would expect they have a fine array of the world's best marijuana and were happy to offer advice on lighter or stronger strains. Been lots of times now...More
Try the green house hash it has a very nice effect, active and you can still walk and it stays for loooong . If you like marijuana do the jack Herer for the morning and damnesia for later .
Well try them all :)
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US$76 - US$265 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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