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Amsterdam and rail questions

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We are looking for accom in a district in Amsterdam for a five-day stay, broken as 3/2 days. We'd like a quiet area near trams to get us to the central attractions, perhaps walking distance to the museums. We are happy with a small, modest, economical hotel, even a B&B. One area that seems like it could be nice is The Pijp. True? Other suggestions? We enjoy walking and are happy to use the trams and trains to get to and fro.
Also, if possible, we want to go from Amsterdam to Antwerp by train, then change in Antwerp for Brugge, bypassing Brussels. Is this possible or must we go thru Brussels? We won't do the direct trip if it is a milk train and would take all day.

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