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... br> At 12:30pm, we were ushered in a side door. You can no longer enter through the original door; the House has been remodeled with a highly modern exterior (the house itself is from the 16th century), and a visitor's center entrance. The Anne Frank House has only been a museum since 1970, but receives such a huge volume of visitors that it required an extensive overhaul to preserve it.
We sat for a thirty-minute ...
... in a brochure I had picked up, unfortunately it proved to be a BIG disappointment!! Although this could be because I'd gone on a Monday and from what I could work out Mondays and Tuesdays are actually the worst days to go over.....that wasn't in the brochure!!! Suffice to say I stayed just long enough to grab some lunch (which was actually really nice) before catching the ferry back over to the city.
Originally I had planned to visit the Anne Frank Museum ...
Took the train from Berlin at 10.30 and by 5.30 I was eating an expensive piece of lasagne for my dinner at a food outlet at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. I had booked a night at the Ibis Budget hotel which had a free shuttle to and from the airport, The room was good and it was fun to spend a couple of hours watching television before going to sleep. For ...
Left Bruges at 9.26am by train on our journey to Amsterdam, via Antwerpen arriving in Amsterdam at 2pm and then making our way to our hotel here - Max Brown's Hotel. The hotel is situated on a canal not too far from the central station. The train ticket cost $53 euro each. We only have two nights here before leaving on Wednesday 17 June at 1pm for Bali via Hong Kong and flying with Cathay. Found the hotel easily, and ...
... for lunch at a beautiful pub/restaurant on the marina and sat watching the boats come and go. We went for a little ride into Volendam and along the boardwalk there, but it was VERY busy and we had to get off our bikes and walk. It looks like a nice holiday spot but it is a small town, so we headed back to Amsterdam because I had to leave to catch my plane by about 1400.
We headed back, and said our goodbyes, planning another cycle trip around the Netherlands for later in the year.