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A small 2-room apartment just outside of the city center of Amsterdam. At the back there is a small patio garden. It's nice for relaxing or dining in the summer. The building is from the early 1900's. Nearby is a lumber windmill dating back to 1631. The Anne Frank House is about ten minutes walking. Five minutes walking from the cosy Jordaan neighborhood with great food, bars and terraces. The van Gogh museum is five minutes by tram. The place is simply decorated and has basic comforts like shower, oven, microwave, vcr, stereo, pc with cable internet, dryer and washing machine. The apartment is well suited for one or a couple. A child or another couple could be squeezed in, but it would make staying awfully cramped. We are a couple and non-smokers. I am an associate internet solutions for a temp company and she is a nurse. We also have two cats, depending on your preferences, arrangements for our pets can be made. No problem if you have pets. In short we have a basic apartment at an ideal location in Amsterdam, we in return are looking for a similar place in large US or European cities. Nice places in the countryside in Europe will also be considered. These have to be easily reachable by public transport though. We are also open to any other interesting suggestions.
The neighbourhood is from the early 1900's. Right near the canals of Amsterdam. It's almost in the city center and can lively. Supermarkets, streetmarkets and shops are nearby. We have two bicycles here that can be borrowed. They are both for daily use in Amsterdam though and might not be useful to someone who does not cycle regularly.
Public transport is excellent.
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