We exited our KLM flight from Bucharest and headed into the main lobby near the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Schiphol - a small art museum in the airport lobby between concourse E and concourse F. There are usually some comfortable chairs in that area.
Say, what's this?
Now there's an idea. A living room with a fireplace. Let's take a closer look:
Too bad that most of the chairs are taken.
On the other side of that screen is another room. That one has a baby grand piano.
The sign above the keyboard is very welcoming.
While we waited, one young boy came along to play a couple of tunes. He was followed by another boy of slightly better accomplishment. Finally, someone came along with even more flair and began a lengthy program.
Now you might have noticed a coffin or iron-lung like device behind the piano. That is the water massager that has been a feature of the area for quite a few years. As the piano played, the massager accompanied with its unique sounds and passers-by mostly just kept moving except for a few of us who always find there is something special about a trip through Schiphol.