Ibis Budget Amsterdam Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Amsterdam was amazing! In true Amsterdam style, we spent every day as high as the Empire State Building. Losing £150 in Amsterdam while high was not a good experience although. Heading to a One Direction concert in a stadium high was definitely an experience, as you can see from my photos (penis balloon, England horn, blow up unicorn etc! We spent …
... 8230;! After spending 30 minutes gazing at Van Gogh's paintings on the first floor of the museum, Sam Jackson politely asked me if we were done and could exit soon. I smiled and pointed to the staircase (which he had failed to notice) that led to the next three floors of the museum, which totally knocked the wind out of his little sails. All he could muster was "you're joking, right?!" Caroline and Catherine had gotten the self-guided audio tour headsets, so they were ...
... got dry. We had to hang our towels up on the back of the dining table chairs every night to be sure they would be dry by morning! In short review, the Dillards give the washer/dryer a big thumbs down. If you don't have the space for both items separately, go to the laundry mat!
Our taxi arrived right on time to take us to the airport. It's funny that after only 6 days in London, the cityscape looked familiar as we drove through town to get ...
... a SITA bus to Amalfi, then caught a taxi to Positano ( that was a 70EUR fare)!!!) costly but the right decision as we had no idea where our B & B was or how best to get there. The taxi dropped us right at our door of course but we still had 4 flights of stairs to climb to get to our Room. The room was beautiful, with a small verandah that overlooks the valley down to Positano beach. Our host, Tiziana was fabulous ...
... Of the four people I talked to on the plane, one was an international teacher who had taught in six different countries, another had lived in South Africa for 13 years during the Apartheid, a young woman was going to South Africa for a month-long tour, and a Toronto University student was visiting her parents in Poland – she’s lived in 10 different countries.
The adventurers say this trip will change us more than it will change our students. They doubt how much we can ...