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... and buttery and hot! It was the first time I have ever liked a pancake more than a waffle.
... is an eye opener and totally worth doing (minus the hour+ long queue to get in). I've not read her diary, so it's next on the list (currently reading an amazing post-WW2 thriller, Leaving Berlin. Go buy it). Amsterdam, you were a city of firsts, pretty much all lasts, but all round sweet times. We had fun together. But you're not for me. I need more than drugs and alcohol. I need, like... To do a hike or something. I'm now in a tiny village called Bunnik, which is on ...
... I would have eaten anything I was that hungry but the food was actually really good! The atmosphere of the place was cool too, they were playing funk and disco which was nice and upbeat. I was absolutely stuffed after dinner and all I could think about was that big comfy bed back at the hotel. Aaron wanted to stay out but I think in the end he was glad we went home to start fresh and make the most out of the next day. My head hit the pillow and I was fast asleep.
... its original state, but the kitchen was reconstructed. It certainly allowed one to see how the Frank family went from having everything to having the bear minimal for surviving.
The professor Doyle Stevick, from USC stated, "All her would haves are our opportunities; all her would haves are our responsibilities."
There was a book mentioned by the professor that would be beneficial to the classroom and students: ...
Last night we sailed from Hull to the Hook of Holland, and landed at Europort, the busiest port in the world. Our cabin was comfortable and the crossing smooth, but I found it difficult to sleep. We caught a connecting bus from the ferry to Amsterdam. The trip took about an hour and forty minutes. I slept most of the way, and woke just in time to see some windmills and extremely flat farming land.
As we arrived in Amsterdam, the ...