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... These are the churchbells Anne Frank used to listen to in her attic. This is the church where Rembrandt is buried. I have to respect a church that flies in the face of all that history and chooses to throw down a pop song to call the faithful. Well done, Amsterdam.
We strolled Amsterdam's largest city park, the Vondelpark, and viewed the renowned rose gardens and Picasso's (ugly) fish statue. We then walked to Amsterdam's ...
... House museum.
We had to queue for about 45 minutes in some intermittent showers before entering. I'm sure for many of us, The Diary of Ann Frank was mandatory reading at some point in our school years. Nonetheless, the museum/house was both historically and architecturally an interesting place to tour. The hidden annex that was home for the Frank family and four other Jews in the war is remarkably small. To think that 8 people lived in hiding for over two years in ...
Day 2 in Amsterdam: Long day of walking tours (2), canal cruise, food and Anne Frank House. Lovely Dutch buffet at our hotel for breakfast (croissants, eggs, bacon, smoked mackerel, marinated herring, cheese, meats, etc ( pic to follow tomorrow). Walking tour of Amsterdam which included University of Amsterdam, mayor's home, centre city, canals, houseboats, bridges, and highlight monuments. Canal cruise which highlighted what walking tour ...
... able to find the train station, etc. we would not have made our overnight train and would have had to take a series of other trains instead, prohibiting sleep and potentially leaving us stranded in a train station for up to six hours instead while we waited for our next train.
... t so nice, he charged me for the trip. Apparently my GVB pass is not for out of town...opps.
The flower market was cool. Absolutely massive. According to the website it is one of the largest buildings in the world. I don't know about that but I'd say it has to be close. About 6000 sellers flog €2 billion worth of flowers here every year. That's a lot of tulips! Actually they had more than tulips, all sorts of flowers, herbs, plants, ...