The second leg of the trip was on a KLM CityHopper from AMS to Luxembourg. The plane was a Fokker 70. Here’s my Fokker:
The business class area was the same as coach, except every other seat was left intentionally open. I found this rather funny.
We were given a cute mini shopping bag with a croissant and orange juice (I traded my juice for mini can of soda).
The flight was only 40 minutes, barely enough time to drink the soda. I’m a window-gazer (if there’s such a term)! The aerial views and landing into Luxembourg were quite pretty.
And here’s the airport. I guess there’s not much going on there at 10 a.m.?
From the airport, I took a public bus to Luxembourg City. It was easy and cost only €2, as opposed to €20 or €25 for a taxi. Knowing I had to go to the Marathon Expo later that day (at a convention center back near the airport), I bought an unlimited one day bus ticket for €4.
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