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Amsterdam... Hotel recommendations and must sees

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My family and I are planning our first trip to Europe this summer. We plan to arrive in the AM on a Monday and will depart on Thursday for Paris via rail.

Monday (day 1) will be a recovery day after having flown overnight. Tuesday and Wednesday (days 2 and 3) will be for exploring. The Anne Frank House and the Van Gogh Museum are on our list. But what else you recommend? Keeping in mind I'm traveling with two teenagers... what are the must sees?

Also, if anyone has a hotel or apartment rental (although it is a short stay) recommendation for families - I'm guessing we would need two hotel rooms. I would like hotels closest to the museums and public transportation. I would also like a place with air conditioning.

I appreciate all insights. Thanks!

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