Amsterdam At Home Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... around the beautiful building. Within 10 minutes we were at the Van Gogh Museum. While not particularly an art fan, I can appreciate it and was familiar with a few of Van Gogh's pieces before going in. It was very interesting, and I learnt a lot about the man as an artist and as a person. All the major pieces were there, in particular "Sunflowers" and "The Potato Eaters". Cindy and I spent a little time in the shop, and then we were off to lunch. ...
... though I'm entering another world above the clouds. Their shapes give the illusion of mountains and rivers if you give it a little imagination.
We arrived in Amsterdam and fluffed about trying to find the right bus to go to our hotel but decided in the end that it was easier just to get a taxi. We got to the hotel and the cabbies card machine wasn't working so Aaron went inside to get some cash out. We unpacked our luggage from the car and Aaron puts his ...
... in a line that stretched down the block. This turns out to be the house where Anne Frank and her family lived in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. It was not a large house and the story of her father publishing Anne's diary after discovering his entire family was dead was very sad. Apparently she had hidden it in the house and her father found it while searching for his family.
So after a surprisingly interesting canal tour of Amsterdam and a multitude of ...
... 0px; letter-spacing: normal; word-spacing: 0px; white-space: normal; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">When I read her diary, all I really understood was Anne's infatuation with Peter (the son of the other family hiding with the Franks), Anne's disagreements with her mother but her attachment to her father, and Anne's desire to just work for the world. This was one of the first books I was able to fully read ...
... back to the campsite!
As we are never sure what day it is, such is the life of the vagrant, that we took Monday as a day of rest - no, we re not religious - we were just very tired! All the cycling, combined with hours of history and culture can take its toll on a simple dirt bike racer!! Actually, we have taken up running as well and yes....please don't laugh, but skipping too! We invested 11 Euro in a skipping rope! The running ...