Wooden Mill Bed & Breakfast
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... hostel where i had a drink with Manchester boy and his friends...still not 100% sure what his name is.
It's been a verz eye-opening day.
Three things I've learned:
- The impact that one girls' diary has made is momentous and will never be forgotten.
- Amsterdam is even more beautiful when you're the only one there
- I am not hiring a bike tomorrow because risking death is not a choice I wish to make on a daily basis.
... central. For those that haven't experienced it, it's all quiet tame. The little side alleys with tall windows illuminated with a. Single red fluro highlights the nights specials.....and special they are. Every taste is catered for. There are many cafes.....pubs, along with many fast food outlets conveniently placed a stones throw in any direction. Leaving the red fluro district we walk toward main square. The surrounding buildings are fabulously old. Such a shame ...
And now here we are. With only six days left before we return back to North Carolina to get a Spanish VISA (fingers crossed tightly).
Our well traveled nine months here has left us more enlightened, grateful, and looking forward to another adventure.
We will see you in a few months Europe and we can’t wait - there is still so much more of you to see!
So I woke up just in time to get myself ready and over the Concertgebouw for a free public rehearsal of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. I rode my bike down Spiegelgracht, through the Rijksmuseum and the Museum Plein (ice rink, Van Gogh, etc) and locked up right across the street. Elizabeth had mentioned getting there early because so many people take advantage of this free weekly lunch concert but I was still surprised at the ...
... during the Holocaust who originally were living in Holland. Next to it said that those who wanted more information could inquire down at the information desk. I personally don't know exactly which countries my ancestors were living in during the Holocaust, so I thought maybe I could find some of my family members in this book. I asked down at the desk and was given the exact same book with all the names. At first I just kept looking and trying to find anyone with ...