KLM is also known as Royal Dutch Airline with their headquarter based in Amsterdam. The aircraft which we were on had standard seat and a remote control entertainment system. Overall service was pretty good, I didn't have any major issues.
Although the city is famous for canals, there is just one thing that really stands out about this city, and that is their legalization of marijuana. There are tons of 'coffee shops' lining the sides of the canals, where they serve different varieties of marijuana. Despite being legal here, more than 70% of it is exported out of the country. Take a guess where it's going to. According to a tour guide, it's all going to Italy, I guess that's why Italians are always smiling and so friendly. :D
The above is called Bami, which is a deep fried roll with noodle and vegetables. The flavor profile is similar to Asian stir fry. We also tried several other items, which all are just average in taste, but very interesting concept. 90% of their food are deep fried.
R was really interested to try the herring after watching The Amazing Race. During the show they ate raw pickle herring, but he wasn't that adventurous, so he opt for a raw herring sandwich with pickles. He said it was actually pretty good, it's similar to sashimi, except instead of rice you have bread, and instead of wasabi, you have pickle and onions. :P
European people are so environmentally friendly and care about your health, because you got to work for your charge (LOL). You literally have to pedal when charging any electronic devices at Schipol Airport.
Amsterdam was certain a city worth visiting, I just wish we had more time. The beautiful canals are more than enough reason for R and I to come back someday. So if you are looking for a travel destination, definitely keep this place in mind.