Heren Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam
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I'm sitting at the airport now lamenting that this place has no free wifi, but oh well. About an hour before boarding for my flight to Amsterdam, which has an hour time difference from here do I should arrive around 6:50. Guess I'll have to start using my money belt in Amsterdam haha, it's the only place so far that I will be by myself totally! It is a ...
... on Antisemitism."
He also gave a website that would be beneficial:
< facinghistory.org >
The bookstore was full of things for the classroom also. I purchased a book on the people who were in the home of Anne Frank.
I loved going throughout the house, but knowing how it all ended broke my heart! I had to find a hiding place of my own to regain composure before walking down those steep ...
... watched until the end. It’s not like I could have gotten much sleep anyways with bagpipes playing out my window. It was a bit strange, but very neat to see by chance.
My train this morning was at 6:15, and I had a hard time getting any sleep. Needing to wake up that early always keeps me up. I got up around 4 am, and found that my hair straightener no longer works (it worked yesterday, but perhaps I should not have left it plugged in). Not a ...
whoo hoo!! Today Tiffani, Chloé and Grant decided to live dangerously! First stop, the bike rental shop. George and Sharon were either too tired from last night or too afraid to ride a bicycle so we ditched them. We planned to meet up later on this afternoon in town.
Although Dutch is the official language in Amsterdam, almost everyone is fluent in two or more languages. Getting around was no problem. The guy who helped us at the bike shop could ...
... strait down the main street from the train station, and then began looking at maps and figuring where we should be going. We worked our way to the Anne Frank house, which was a very knowledgeable and impactful experience. We went into a cafe after lunch, so that we could say that we had done it, and as the sun started setting we headed over towards the red light district, which was also quite a thing to see. Over the coarse of one day we walked ...