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... history. We then went or a walk through the"Red light District" the girls rent windows and "advertise" their "goods" (Hey I am trying to be delicate.. my Mother is reading this !!! hahaha) Roland explained that, literally this is where we get the term "Window Shopping" from.
We got back to the coach and were returned to the hotel at around 10:00pm. It was a long day, so I was very grateful that I had a quiet day the day before. We are up at 7:00 tomorrow and on to ...
... happening in the war. Some of the lines of the diary were in different parts of the museum so you could get a bit more info. One video showed one of Anne's friends who was also captured and put in a concentration camp. She said that Anne was killed just a month before the American troops arrived. The Anne Frank House is a memory I will never forget.
Today my family decided that we were going to go water biking. If you don't know, water biking is when you are ...
... of Holger. Holger greeted us warmly and gave us a very nice briefing about the history of Amsterdam. As it turns out, he teaches Architecture at a German University (Germany is less than an hour's drive away!)
Within a few minutes of arriving at the Vondelpark apartment, Erika was of course excited to go explore Amsterdam. I obliged her within an hour or so of our arrival and we took another tram to the city center (or "Centrum" in Dutch).
The city center is full ...
Everyone woke up hung over as **** from the night before. Starting to get annoyed with something's but just trying to go with the flow. Molly sprayed some perfume on her, Nina "did you just spray your vagina". So hung over. After an hour at the airport Kelsie finally gets her luggage. We get some food at the airport. I got cuscus and an apple. We hoped on the train to Antwerp at 11:44 to 12:18 to central. Than we have a train to Rod-something than finally Amsterdam. So ...
... the streets have few pedestrians. Walkways are clear and crossing the road is easy, no predatory vehicles looking for easy prey this morning.
By noon the sun breaks through the grey low hanging sky and the pulse of the city starts to build.
The tinkling of cycle bells are first to fill the air, cars and trams follow tooting and chiming.
Conversations animate as garish painted tour buses deliver ...