Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Kaplan, Xander
October 2007
Travel & Leisure;Oct2007, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p46
The article features several retail shops, restaurants and establishments that have been added and are operating at the renovated Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in the Netherlands. It includes the Dutch cafe Multivlaai, Grand Cafe Het Paleis, Holland Casino, Back to Life massage facility and Aviflora and Fleurtiek flower shops. Other facilities and activities that are available for passengers waiting at the airport are presented.


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