De L'Europe Amsterdam
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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We set off to Amsterdam via the scenic route to break the monotony of the motorways. The countryside is very green and extremely flat. We passed through lots of pretty country towns, saw many cyclists, wind farms, windmills and animals. We travelled across the Afsluitdijk Dyke, a major causeway completed in 1933. It is 32 km long. Amsterdam is very …
Even though we hadn't stayed out toooo late the night before in the RDL, E & I still slept in until noon (we both admittedly enjoy our beauty rest), and then got ready to head over to Amy's place for a girls' clothing swap. I was excited to meet some more of Elizabeth's teacher friends from the International School Amsterdam (ISA)! Stopped at Albert Heijn's super market on the way for some citrus juice ...
... includes an exhibition of clothing, weapons and crockery - it really does cover all bases. Obviously the 'Night Watch' was a highlight but there was so so much more 6. The search for the dreaded windmill!! I had in my head I wanted to venture out to the country to see a windmill. I made the journey and got lost. I did see a windmill but I passed it on my 2 hour around bus trip. Luckily for me I met a Dutch native who took me to one in the city and ...
... so back to the flight attendant. "Umm is there a doctor on board?"Would you please make your way to row 29." As I am sitting in the aisle seat on row 24 a slight moment of unease disrupts my gingersnap while watching Dawn of the planet of the apes (never did get through it despite my 8 hour time window) but the following ten minutes shows just how fearful we've become. Expecting a few people to move around the plane, doctors and maybe a few nurses on the move but ...
... they had live music, cocktails and quite the party scene on a Friday night. I’ve always wanted to see the Almond Blossoms painting, which was my main motivation for visiting. I have it hanging in my dining room. While there, I bought some souvenir coasters of the painting. The museum was great (even though Van Gogh’s most famous piece, Starry Night, is in New York – seems strange it wouldn’t be in this museum). After, I took a cab back ...