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... any home left unoccupied for a year or more. People took advantage of the law, and one group of people even tried to squat at the Royal Palace since it was unoccupied by the Royal Family! The law still exists today, so those who will be away give students cheap rent to occupy their flats.
Our next stop was at the widest footbridge over any canal in Amsterdam, right beside the narrowest house. Kendra told us a bit about the canals. Amsterdam has ...
... sign. The walk to the museum was cool because we got to see the south part of Amsterdam which was less crazy with great shops. Amsterdam didn’t grab us all that much with the exception of the great museums. Maybe we did not grab it. We had seen more pretty although less plentiful canals in Brugges. The grocery store and my pedestrian faux pas on the first night may have scarred us. Also the bikers were insane.
See ya soon.
... p/j) zelfs op de aanbiedingen! Dus Joho! (ik werk verder niet bij Joho).
- Minst gebruikt:
- Verrekijker (wel meenemen als je veel wild gaat kijken)
- Wereldstekker (die paste nooit en je koopt voor bijna niks een adapter indien nodig).
- Grote Rugzak (als wandelrugzak): heb drie meerdaagse tochten gemaakt. Maar voor een was mijn ...
... the Scandinavian stereotype neatly, which is fine until you ask uncertainly:
"Umm... Do you speak English?"
and a pair of steely, cold, (incredibly beautiful) blue eyes accompany a dead pan reply:
"Yes. Of course."
Another nation, another history of warfare. All was revealed on Suomelina (Fortress of Finland, reminds me of the island from The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), which is neatly placed on ...
... be like to be placed into a situation where your country is taken over by another country, let alone being Jewish and facing the possibility of being sent to an internment camp to die.
Before going into hiding, the Franks were forced to obey Nazi restrictions that targeted Jews: Jews were not allowed to go to the same schools as non-Jews, could not go to parks or places for public entertainment, Jews could only go to Jewish businesses, could not ...