We stayed in a hotel very near the Anne Frank house and heard there was a wind mill pretty close nearby. We mapped it and decided to walk and see sights along the way to it. It was quite the walk, and for our return trip we took a bus back. The windmill was fun to get a picture of... 更多
It's a nice photo opportunity while in Amsterdam but not much else. There is a cafe and a pub next to it, however that's all. It's easily accessible on the City Sightseeing Bus so it's easy to jump on and off. Maybe just take a picture from the bus though.
We stopped to grab some photos of this site. There is not much to see here other than the windmill itself. There is a pub at the windmill if you are thirsty or hungry. We did not partake. Just photos and we were gone.
It was nice to see a genuine Amsterdam windmill. We didn't go inside it, it was quite bizarre to see it in the middle of the city. There is a nice bar next to it called Langendijik, it was a lovely sunny day so we had drinks in there 'beach garden'. If the big tree wasn't there then you would... 更多
I know this is rated highly, so my family and I walked over to see it (not far from where we were staying), but I think most of the reviews are about the food and beer you can get at the cafe right here, from which most tables can't even see the windmill. For sure, the windmill is nice, but... 更多
We ate at the cafe here on our first night in Amsterdam. It was a great place beside the canal on which we saw a wonderful boat in the shape of a clog! Opposite there is an ice cream shop which sells some of the most exquisite tastes that I have experienced.
This is the tallest windmill in the Netherlands but the only one in the City.It was built in 1609.It is a smock mill which I have seen in Kent.They have four sails,eight sloping wooden sides,a stone base and were used to grind grain.It is not in use today.You can see it for miles around!