Ibis Budget Amsterdam Airport

Schipholweg 185, Badhoevedorp, Noord-Holland, 1171 , Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Schipholweg 185, Badhoevedorp, is near National Aviation Museum (Aviodome), Dogtroep, Prinsenhof, and De Rieker.
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    Travel Blogs from Badhoevedorp

    Farewell to Holland, the Italian Adventure begins

    A travel blog entry by ruth.williams on May 08, 2014

    ... 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 ...

    A glimpse of Scotland, Ireland and Wales to 1 oct

    A travel blog entry by rprice on Sep 18, 2013

    After the wonderful experience of the Edinburgh Tattoo we headed inland after a drive around the Fife peninsula to stop at the historic fishing village of Crail, what a treasure . then through St Andrews and Dundee and inland in view of the Grampians via the beautiful Braemar village and past Balmoral, (we weren't invited in as she had the family visiting,) and onto Aberdeen for a few days. We loved the variety of countryside that we passed through from ...

    Amsterdam, an eclectic mix!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Jul 27, 2013

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... house was furnished exactly as it had been in the days when Rembrandt and the love of his life, Saskia had lived there.

    You may ask how the museum knew what had been in his house back in the 17th century? Well, Rembrandt went through some tough times, both personally and financially. On a personal level, he lost his wife in childbirth but gained a son, Titus. He then got into financial difficulty and his house was repossessed by the ...

    Drop off Renault Eurodrive car

    A travel blog entry by jagberg on Jul 13, 2013

    After 40 days with the Renault Scenic we had to drop off the car at the airport. I filled up in Germany before with what I thought would be enough petrol. After leaving Zaanse Schaans the fuel light came on. We drove to the airport and crossed our fingers we had enough petrol. We finally made it on what must have been fumes because the petrol gauge had nothing left indicated. Got a lift to the airport and hopped on a train back to the hotel. We logged 8212km (122 + 160 + 122 + ...

    Goodbye Europe

    A travel blog entry by kseamon on Jun 19, 2013

    1 photo

    ... looked over all of Edinburgh. We went on a tour of the haunted side of the city and saw trinity college. We left Scotland by train and met up with our friends in London where we became a family. We cooked meals together and did everything together. 7 of us one bathroom, we knew the struggle would be real and we would be in tight quarters. We laughed at the London bridge experience and the ridiculousness of the Benjamin Franklin tour which was a tourist trap. We ...