Herbergh Hotel Amsterdam Airport
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Landed a few minutes early. The flight was full, unusually for the early morning flight, so seating was a little cramped. I had a window seat over the wing so had a good view, even if it was mainly of clouds after take-off. As usual the cabin crew try to quickly serve plastic tubs of water or orange and a biscuit before having to collect the empties and rubbish; why do KLM bother on such a short ...
... Amanda, Gemma and Mitch and went to go explore Amsterdam. We walked around the different parts of the city, strolling through the amazing flower stalls selling a variety of different flowers and plants even though it was really cold. We walked through the markets and got a few traditional delicacies such as warm waffles covered syrup and croquettes which were from a fastfood joint which operated like a vending machine. So yummy but so bad for you too.
... dinner. (Annie even got TWO whole ice cubes in her coke- previously it was one, before that none). Got a few groceries and stopped at the local farmers market for some goodies. Relaxed with books, naps, and movies by the open French doors overlooking the canal for a couple hours. After some laundry & some dinner Annie enjoyed some cozy alone time while Becca and Ari ventured into the red light district to see what all the fuss is about. We met up with our guy ...
We both got sucked off by fish today. If you are brave enough, look at the pictures.
We visited a beautiful little town by a lake called Volendam and viewed some old windmills. We visited a traditional clog and cheese making factory which was awesome. We then had some free time in Amsterdam before going for a traditional Dutch dinner and then hitting the red light district for a spot of window shopping with a show and some coffee and "cake". A good time had by ...
... don't appreciate pictures either... It was told that if caught taking pictures they would smash your camera or throw it in the canal... Among other things lol. It was quite amazing to see regular people working and living right by the red light district. There was a kindergarten right next to a group of these windows and a reporter asked a child what they thought the ladies in the window were doing and he said " They are selling kisses!" Lol love the simple ...