Yotel Schiphol Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYotel Schiphol Airport Haarlemmermeer
Nice cozy beds, very clean room with TV. Only wish they had instructions for how to operate the bed, lights and TV. We accidentally stumbled upon how to make the couch unfold into the bed, and the lights were hard to figure out while jet lagged. Very conveniently located, near food court, midway between gates. Friendly, helpful staff.
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Om 19:00 vertrokken we, met dank aan de taxiservice van papa Boeding. De eerste vlucht gaat, na een grote beker Starbucks, naar Frankfurt. In Frankfurt hebben we een relaxte overstap naar het vliegtuig wat ons naar DC gaat brengen. Onderweg lezen we, slapen we en kijken we filmpjes. Het duurt lang, maar we komen de tijd meer dan heerlijk door. …
... hope was lost (the only hotels left were in the 1000$/night range) I refreshed Booking.com and someone had cancelled at a nice 3 star hotel at a price that lower than we were about to pay for the AirBnB.. the choice was obvious, the hotel was booked in less than a minute.
After enjoying a great breakfast of bacon and eggs at a small cafe we dropped our bags off at the hotel, and headed out to enjoy the city. The city is ...
... but also sorry for the girls that this is how they have to make a living. We were told the average income per night is 150-700 Euros. Saturday morning I woke up to meet Ann (my old roommate in Waterloo) and Sarah, my brothers girlfriend. I haven't seen the two of them since I've moved to Seattle and couldn't have thought of a better place for the 3 of us to reconvene. We rented bikes and toured all over the city. Biking is WAY more popular than driving in Amsterdam, with ...
Today we did one of those hop off hop on tours. This is a great way to see a lot of the city in a single day. We started off at Central Station and rode the bus to Magna Plaza. Magna Plaza is a very ornate shopping mall type area which used to be a post office. From there, it was a short walk to Dam Square. After taking a few photos in Dam Square, we went into Nieuwekerk and the Royal Palace.
It was interesting doing the palace and the churches with my Dad ...
... in the square there was a free tour through the red light district about to leave so we went on that. It was super interesting; we went through all the different levels of windows of prostitutes, went to a peep show (I didn't get to go in) and he talked lots about the history of prostitution and coffee shops. After the tour we went to a Vietnamese place in Chinatown which was alright but had very small portions. ...