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April 7th, 2013 by nina · amsterdam, coffee, food, netherlands

stock is not only a small café and bistro but a hostel. from the caféroom you can look through a giant window into the hostel and see the people checking in and out and walking through the hostel at the ground and the first floor. the hot chocolate is perfect and the sandwiches and paninis are too.

stock // darak 50h // 1012 ll amsterdam

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petit noir

April 3rd, 2013 by nina · coffee, cologne, food, germany

the petit noir is a cute little café located in the neighbourhood sülz. the charming staff serves coffee, tea, breakfast and some really good sandwiches. it is a good place to get ready for the day. the music is good and the prices too. the petit noir is a place which contrasts to other cafés.

petit noir // zülpicher straße 196 // 50937 Köln // germany

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screaming beans

April 3rd, 2013 by nina · amsterdam, coffee, food, netherlands

screaming beans is a nice place to have a little breakfast of a coffee in the afternoon. they serve a variation of coffee, tea and little things to eat. the croisants have been delicious. the service is very nice and decend. it is a perfect place to start a day.

screaming beans // hartenstraat 12 // 1016 cb amsterdam // http://screamingbeans.nl/

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dr wonen

April 3rd, 2013 by nina · amsterdam, netherlands, shopping

dr wonen is a small shop which sells some classic design things. you can get really nice tableware here. but also candlestands, lamps and some furniture.

dr wonen // hartenstraat 27 // 1016 cs amsterdam // netherlands

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anne frank huis

April 3rd, 2013 by nina · amsterdam, netherlands, sightseeing

the anne frank huis is a must if you visit amsterdam eventhough you have no connection to the german-jewish history. the diary of anne frank is a very important remnant of the holocaust. the anne frank huis was the place where anne and her family hid from the nazis. unfortunately they have been betrayed and deported to auschwitz. to see the house where they hid and walk on the same floors is really moving but something one must do. to avoid long queueing you can get the tickets online. they are about 9 euro and can be bought on the homepage.

anne frank huis // prinsengracht 263-267 // 1016 gv amsterdam // http://www.annefrank.org/

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