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Borneokade 68, on board MS (motorship) Zena, a beautiful former cargo vessel converted to a studio, docked right at Borneokade opposite café/restaurant De Oceaan, in Amsterdam's new architecturally interesting dockland area.
How to get there
By public transport - Take tram 10, major stops in town are at Leidseplein en Weesperplein. You take the tram heading towards Azartplein and exit at the C. van Eesterenlaan stop. Busses 59 and 43 depart from Central station, exit at the Borneolaan stop. Walk down C. van Eesterenlaan until you see the Chinese restaurant Havenstad. Turn right and walk towards the water, this is the Borneokade. Go left on the kade and proceed until you reach Borneokade 68, on board MS (motorship) Zena.
By car - get on the loop around Amsterdam, the A10 Oost and take the Artis/Zeeburg exit. Take a left at the traffic lights and proceed through the Piet Hein tunnel. Upon exiting the tunnel, take a left at the traffic lights and a left at the next traffic lights. Continue straight and cross the busy intersection, you will see a Chinese restaurant Havenstad straight ahead, take a right and an immediate left and go straight until you come upon a large apartment building, start to look for parking around here.On the south side of the apartment building, at Borneokade 68 opposite café/restaurant De Oceaan, MS Zena is docked.
By bike - see the above or call us.
Amsterdam Old South
Ijsbaanpad 43, a beautiful, brand new location, the Frans Otten Stadion
Lessons will be held in a bright, spacious hall with a wooden sport floor and mirror wall.
Comfortable dressing rooms with showers and lockers.
The stadium has a cafe and restaurant, and underground parking for 200 cars. Parking is currently less than 2 Euro for your entire stay, unheard of in Amsterdam.
Other amenities/offers, (for the rest of the family),
the stadium also offers tennis (in-and outdoor), squash, fitness, aerobics and fencing.
The stadium is very conveniently located at het Ijsbaanpad in Amsterdam Zuid.
Reference point is that it close to the Olympisch stadion.
How to get there
By public transport - take tram 16, exit at the stop named "Ijsbaanpad", walk down Ijsbaanpad, as indicated on blue/white street sign, pass a roundabout, take a left before the green KPN public phone booth, proceed past the gate straight to the glass entrance on ground level.
By car - If you drive on the loop, take A10 Ringweg Zuid, exit S108 (Oud Zuid/Olympisch Stadion/VU). If you come from the freeway, exit Amstelveense weg at Ijsbaanpad, which is the first traffic light where you take a left. If you come from the city, it is the first traffic light after the Olympisch Stadion, just over the bridge, take a right at the traffic light.
Continue for just a few minutes and the Frans Otten Stadion is at your lefthand side, slightly back from the street. Take a left before the green KPN public phone booth, proceed past the gate and park underneath the building and go to the glass entrance on ground level. To get your car out, purchase a token at the bar in the bar/restaurant.
By bike -Amstelveenseweg, exit at Ijsbaanpad, proceed as per above.
Once you enter the stadium - proceed up the steps which lead you into the bar/restaurant area, when facing the center squash court, take the stairs on your left to proceed to the women's locker room, take a right for the men's locker room.
When you exit the locker room, proceed on the righthand side down to the center squash court and cross diagonally towards a set of double doors on your right, enter and take the doors to your right, you've arrived!