TripAdvisor Reviews Wynnobel Amsterdam
Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... husband works here now. She said she knew another American au pair and in the smallest of worlds, it is one of the girls I went out with last weekend. So of the three American au pairs I know in Holland, she knew one of them!
We stayed out far too late again, spent far too much money, but what a great weekend! I felt like I really got the feel of Amsterdam, and am so excited to explore it for the next two weekends as well!
Lots of photos with this post. Enjoy!
... went through lush green country and quite a number of wind turbines.
Leaving Belgium, we crossed into The Netherlands. A short lunch stop at a highway service centre and we were on our way to Amsterdam.
The porters delivered our bags to our rooms and we had around 45mins to refresh before we were taken into the city to look around.
We were taken on a nice canal cruise and Roland our Cruise guide pointed out may sights of the city and told us a ...
... of the beer but say its somewhere between 12% and 16%.
... had to show passport again. It was far easier entering Turkey than leaving. When we arrived lined up showed passport collected bags and left. When we landed at Amsterdam the majority of passengers applauded not sure if it's a custom or if it was a better than normal landing for Turkish Airlines. Enjoyed some Turkish delight on the flight. Amsterdam weather nice 18 bit cooler than Turkey but ...
... answer is No. We are taking a leaf out of our friends, Zoe and Jon's book and doing Alaska by land. After a couple of days in Seattle, we fly to Anchorage then tour the Kenai Peninsula (south and slightly to the east of Anchorage). Then we travel the whole length of the Alaska railroad from Seward to Fairbanks stopping off for a bit of backcountry trekking in Denali national park. It is more of a journey than a holiday but I have wanted to go to Alaska all my life ...