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... were dancers, singers, instrumentalists, and a piano player whose hands seemed to move at the speed of sound. After the show was over, we plopped down on the foldout couch and fainted.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
On this amazing day, I went on my first cruise ever. Taking a tour around the cruise, and going off on my own was always fun. We had to take an emergency drill so we would know what to do if the ship sunk. [Highly ...
... if I try it there, but you guys know me, that wasn't going to stop me from at least trying.
I boarded late and decided to stick around the front chatting with the flight attendant. Dutch people are really friendly and cheerful, at least that was my first impression :)
Well, shortly after boarding had finished but before the taxiing, they approached me in my ****** center seat to offer me a seat in the emergency exit row! I gladly accepted that offer and had ...
... Anne Frank's house (with the longest line I've ever seen), and lots and lots and lots of canals. It's such a beautiful city intertwined with the array of canals. And the weather was gorgeous!! The perfect temperature with the sunny sky provided the best biking conditions.
We loved our bikes so much that we decided to rent them for the afternoon to ...
Our day started very bright and early - so early breakfast at John Peirres hadn't started, but he had kindly packaged us a brekky to go. I was expecting a juice, and pastry. Maybe an apple. Instead we got a feast, enough for brekky for four! Our breakfast consisted of: - 2 small rolls filled with cheese -2 cheese sandwiches - 2 ham sandwiches - 2 apples - 2 orange juices - 2 chocolate milkshakes - a twin - a praline chocolate bar - 2 waffles What a breakfast! Needless ...
... at 1.5 meters wide. The man living inside is taller than his house is wide. Another famous house on a canal is Anne Frank's house. We did not go inside in part because the queue (line) was so long and we had no interest in standing for an hour in the chilly weather. The outside looks like all the other houses on the canal; brick, 4 ish stories high, and leaning forward slightly. It's quite a sight to see because you would never guess such an act took ...