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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Today was long and long and hectic so I'm sorry if I don't remember all of it. We went out fairly late and got breakfast at this cheap restaurant we keep going to. I got a pancake which was good but not extremely filling. After that we went to the bike rental place down the road and Nim and Lia debated about getting a scooter for so long but eventually the owner talked them down to a tandem bike. I got a Dutch bike and we went off on a long adventure. First we rode through ...
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Rembrandt’s house shows how he lived ...
... and have a free drink. I have no idea what the first shot i had was, but it tasted like medicine. After that Ali and I had a Harry Potter shot, I think it was some sort of tequila and something else, but it had a slice of orange on top of it. They lit the bench on fire and when the fire went out we shot it down. It was okay, pretty gross though. Then Ben and I had a Toasted Marshmallow shot which pretty cool. They lit up the bench so we could toast ...
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