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... so when i go walking in the evening, i get to see a lot just hanging out in the nice grassed areas eating, playing and relaxing. They seem to have fitted in to city life ok.
My stay with Oscar has come to an end and its time to move on unfortunately. As i dont fly out till monday, i need to find some accommodation for 2 nights. My first night is a camp ground near the airport. Takes 2 buses to get there, and it is a really nice site. I was not aware of ...
... I cannot possibly explain the experience inside the house. It was just heartbreaking to see where they lived and to read some of the snippets on the wall from Anne's diary. Some people were even crying!
Our energy levels were quite low as well, and that resulted in a very long lunch at one of those typical European restaurants on a cobblestoned street. Greeley told us some of the stories from his career and I was a bit starstruck just thinking that someone in ...
... saved and that her father decided to have them published. Anne said in her diary "I want to go on living even after my death" and so she has.
When I exited the museum, I could see the line was now wrapped around Westerkerk (or Western Church) and I was so glad I thought to buy my ticket ahead. Although I think it's great
people will wait in line for hours to visit a museum! It was just after 10 so I crossed the street to visit the ...
... there was a small church surrounded by chain stores on Kalverstraat. It is a quiet oasis in a 17th century house.
Final stop was the Amstelkring Museum also called Our Lord in the Attic, a church built over three canal houses. The church operated for 200 years until the Catholic religion was allowed in the Netherlands.
Dinner tonight was at Brauw which serves a really good Indonesian rice taphael. We walked home and made it before the rainstorm hit.
... not let us take pictures. Even though it didn't seem small, I just imagined eight people (the Frank family plus four other people) sharing it, and not being able to go outside. They had to be quiet all day and could not even open the curtains. Towards the end of the war in 1944, someone gave up the Frank family to the Gestapo, the German secret police. The Frank family and the others were separated to different camps. Anne Frank died of typhus in March 1945, one month before ...