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Amsterdam and An Amputee

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My husband and I are taking a Viking Cruise next September that begins in Amsterdam. We have decided to go a few days ahead to get a feel for the city. But of course we need to find a hotel. Our travel agent suggested the Movenpick Hotel, which looks OK from reviews. Anyone have some other suggestions? We want to be closer to sights worth visiting (I am an amputee and walk well, but I am not a long distance walker). Being close to transportation is always helpful to me. What are some of the more interesting things to see or do in Amsterdam (other than a walking tour:( ) ? Thanks in advance.

Also, anyone who has stayed at the Movenpick, does it have an elevator and are there any problems one might foresee for an above knee amputee?

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