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Wonderful hospitality. Very conveniently located and the hosts are extremely helpful. Rooms are good sized and comfortable.
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The night was a bit more restless, as are most second nights in Europe. Not quite turned around, yet not quite on US time. We once again made it up in time for breakfast, and found we had the table all to ourselves. That isn't a bad thing when you are still groggy with sleep.
We finished breakfast and once again took it easy for the next …
After taking sleep aids, we slept all night...but of course wanted to keep sleeping even if it was 845am. The worst part of traveling to Europe is the time change, as it is 8 hours later than home. Even though our bodies are tired, sleep just doesn't come normally for the first few days. So, I take something to help it along. Normally that is only …
After our initial issues with the plane, our new one seemed to be fine and we landed around 945am to 39 degrees and overcast skies. Schiphol Airport is one of my favorites, as it has lots of shops, cafes and a very open feeling. Plus, the arrival process is quite painless as passport control takes very little time and customs is non-existent. …
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