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... allowed). Really beautiful. Surprised to learn that the first king of Holland was Napoleons brother. We did get down to "that"district around mid-late afternoon, so not really in full swing yet. Still, did some window shopping, and looked into the hemp places - but no interest in either. Resting again, before dinner, and some evening sight ...
... the Second World War. Even though Bree and I were both familiar with the basic outline of the story it was very interesting to get a better idea of the exact details leading up to and during the Frank family’s time in hiding. The museum does an excellent job of including videos and real artifacts to give you all the information you need about the location itself and its inhabitants. It is quite an eerie feeling to get to travel up the narrow and ...
... 165 canals
- 5.5 meters below sea level
- windmills help maintain water levels
- was founded as a fishing village in the 12th century
- 300 "coffee shops" that don't sell coffee
- have to get coffee in cafes
- red light district
> workers are in a trade union
>they are eligible for welfare
>they pay taxes
... huge line around the block, turning the corner, down that entire block, and then turning another corner and down that block. I was so happy to already have my ticket! These poor people must have been in line for hours. Inside, you walk up a series of several sets of stairs, all very steep, to reach the annex behind the bookcase. All of the furniture is gone, but some remnants remain – like photos glued to the wall and pencil markings showing the ...
... way to get around and bikes rule the streets, there are approximately 900 000 bikes to the 700 000 people in the city! The tour crossed over many canals and went through alot of cute cobbled stone streets with many leaning houses. Along the way we also went by the Anne Frank house, Van Gough museum and through the beautiful Vondel Park nicknamed Fondel park as alfresco sex is ...