Dorint Airport Hotel Amsterdam
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... at Schiphol with a good view of the airport, thankfully our runway was near to the terminal area today so only a shortish taxi time, sometimes it can take nearly 20 minutes from landing to stopping as some of the runways at Schiphol are miles, literally, from the terminals. The flight from Norwich parks away from the main terminal so we have to leave the aircraft and board a bus to take us to the arrival ...
... know that they do that there. It was wonderful and have taken lots of video on my iPad so will relive it for years I expect. The New Zealand Army band was the icing on the cake. They were splendid and got the biggest applause at the end. That is enough for this blog in fact probably far too much, sorry. We are loving Scotland and on our way to Ireland on Monday so hope to get a short one on our Scottish adventure published in a few days. Sorry folks I thought this had been sent! Oh ...
... But as u well know, I've never been one to follow a woman in a huff and I wasn't about to start today. I find such behaviour juvenile and I'll NEVER entertain nor participate... So I went to the toilet instead.... Surprisingly calm was quickly restored and the rest of the trip was love, peace & harmony ...
... just under 20 years. The house was quite expensive but he bought it at the height of his fame, nevertheless he had a large mortgage on it. Unlike Holland's other famous painter Van Gogh, who followed some 200 years later, Rembrandt was a natural talent and painting was all he had ever wanted to do. He was also an art dealer and a teacher, bringing many apprentices up through the ranks - both his art dealing and teaching were done at his ...
... the jet lag and kept on adventuring through Ireland. We tried fish and chips for the first time in a small coastal town and then took off on a flight to Scotland where we would fall in love with the beautiful castles around us in every direction and the stone pavement and the accents. We would step over homeless men to get into our cheap hostel but barely spent anytime there because we were too busy Doing and seeing everything. We climbed to the top of Arthur's ...