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Red Tulips
A field of red tulips greets visitors as they enter the garden. Photo by Jane Howze
Tulip Fields
Tulip fields stretch as far as the eye can see. Photo by Jane Howze
One of the many canals of Amsterdam
One of the many picturesque Amsterdam canals.  Photo by Jane Howze
rare orchids
Rare orchids of every variety can be found in one of the four greenhouses at Kerkeuhof Gardens. Photo by Jane Howze
hyacinth
Hyacinths, tulips and daffodils intertwine to create a mesmerizing mosaic. Photo by Jane Howze
hotel Conservatorium
Hotel Conservatorium welcomes with tulips. Photo by Jane Howze
Tulips in Holland
Tulips are everywhere this time of year in Amsterdam. Photo by Jane Howze
hotel bathtub
Baths at hotel Conservatorium have modern tubs with skylights. Photo by Jane Howze
Chocolate Easter bunny
A chocolate Easter Bunny was delivered to our room compliments of the chef. Photo by Jane Howze
Tulips in Holland
Tulips adorn water features outside Amsterdam museums. Photo by Jane Howze
purple tulip fields
Tulip fields leading into Keukenhof Gardens. Photo by Jane Howze
tulip fields
A feast for the eyes as canals wind among rows of tulips. Photo by Jane Howze
the hip sophisticated lobby of Hotel Conservatorium
The hip sophisticated lobby of Hotel Conservatorium. Photo by Jane Howze
Keukenhof Gardens
A lake runs through the gardens. Photo by Jane Howze
Roses
One of four greenhouses at Keukenhof featured endless variety of roses set against Dutch painter Mondriaan prints. Photo by Jane Howze
daffodils
Four varieties of daffodils. Photo by Jane Howze