Mercure Schiphol Terminal
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I Didn't expect the price on booking.com was only for a 12 hour stay. I also had to go through the passport control every time I go in and out.
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אחרי 5 שעות טיסה מתל אביב נחתנו באמסט 12;דם, יש לנו קונקש 03; של שעתיי 01; פה עד שהטיס 92; ...
I'm on the flight from Atlanta to Amsterdam at the moment. The flight tracker says we have one hour and twenty minutes until we land. That would put us into Amsterdam at about 1 AM Austin time. My body is still on Austin time for sure. It's been relatively smooth so far. I had an open seat next to me on the flight according to the web based seat chart. Wishful thinking.... I did get to watch the whole first season of Comedians ...
... around the museum strip from the Van Gogh to the national Dutch museum which I can't pronounce and the museum of contemporary art which I also can't pronounce. I didn't go in either as the lines were kinda long and they aren't cheap (€15 or so) but I did take some from outside. The national museum especially had a nice open garden with sculpture and a little cafe which I walked around in. After that I walked to the Anne Frank house which took about 20 minutes ...
Brian and I overslept, and met the family downstairs at about 8:30. Breakfast was a continental breakfast with a large selection of meats, cheeses, breads and jams. Coffee was good and strong.
After a good night's sleep, hot shower, and breakfast at the Marriott, we had a long drive in the rain to Amsterdam. We passed under rivers, and other unknown bodies of water. The tunnels were really long, and Sophie got a little concerned with the ...
Keukenhof ("Kitchen garden"), also known as the Garden of Europe, is the world's second largest flower garden (Dubai Miracle Garden is first). According to the official website for the Keukenhof Park, approximately 7 million flower bulbs are planted annually in the park, which covers an area of 32 hectares (79 acres). We were fortunate to be there at the PEAK of ...