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When we arrived in Spain - in Madrid to be exact, back in early June 2014, all we had planned was a five week stay in Roquetas De Mar, Spain. We knew we were traveling for much longer…but to where? Other than the seaside town in the south of Spain we weren’t sure where our journey would take us, or how we would get from one place to the next. That’s sort of the fun of it!
So, after our arrival in Madrid, we rented a car at the airport, got a ...
... history lesson on their tragic experiences of Anne Frank and then toured the home where she and her family hid out from the Nazis for over 2 years and where she wrote her diary. Very interesting.
Born on June 12, 1929, Anne Frank was a German-Jewish teenager who was forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust. She and her family, along with four others, spent over two years during World War II hiding in an secret annex of ...
... sleeping stopover this time..
In what seemed no time we were back on the express train to Schipol airport.. Europe's 4th busiest .. And a great place to eat / shop whilst awaiting your flight..( It's off to China next)
Amsterdam you were not meant to be ....Tot ziens .....See you later
... I was glad to wheel away. We waited 1 hour for Mom's bag, which never arrived. There was a Vantage tour bag with someone else's name on it rounding on the carousel. We decided someone from the tour must have picked up Mom's bag, which is exactly what happened. It took a long time to straighten this all out, but we finally made it outside to find our group. Hoti Fortunatas, our tour guide, taught us three ...
1994 - Second vote on EU (No)
We arrived into the beautiful port of Rotterdam. We took a bus from the Rotterdam pier to the Schiphol Airport; then took a train, for five euros each, to Central Station in Amsterdam; and then walked a couple blocks to our Doubletree Hotel. We stayed in room 710 which was a King Suite. We selected the Executive Lounge Package so they offered us breakfast ...