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... obvious bottle of Viking vodka came through scottfree and now lies in my carryon luggage just above my head waiting for it to fall into the hands of Thomas, my now very heartbroken, all things Viking fan... Has anyone ever come up with a better gift? I think not. Yes I know, the thought that I can "shoot up" in one of Europe's biggest and busiest airport, yet am unable to bring my bottle of avian water purchased in the cafe just across the hall from the gate. I even ...
... we left a message with the front desk to meet us at the main monument at dam square.
We met at the monument as well as meeting Menzies two friends we hung out with prior.
Maggie and I ad read about a brewery with a tour of local Belgium styled beer that is brewed in Amsterdam under a windmill.
The brewery was called Brouwerij 't IJ. It was great. A short tour ...
... a great state of mind with the help of Heineken and canned cocktails as we made our way through happening streets and of course….. the red light district. I must admit I was like a dog wagging my tail as I went down the streets. The window workers were no longer bulldogs :P This however was easy to withhold from compared to the sweet shops! The waffle shops are incredible and we found ourselves several times with cream and chocolate covering our ...
... had cleared up a bit so we headed toward the Slave Lodge (museum). A few other stops along the way, a bit to eat and then we headed back to the dryness of the hotel lobby. A few hours later, we were a bit dryer and decided to just head to the airport and eat dinner there rather than run the risk of getting caught in more showers.
The rest of the night was uneventful. We took off at 11:30 pm and flew overnight to Amsterdam.
... There are 15 km of paths, to begin with. The best way to get to Keukenhof is with a bus/Keukenhof combi ticket, which gives you all the time in the world to wander around at your leisure. The gardens open till from early in the morning until really late at night so there's plenty of scope. The bus goes from Schipnol airport so first I had to get to Amsterdam Centraal station to catch the train there. I couldn't work out how to catch the tram there, so unfortunately I had ...