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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... out of time and opted to tour the Anne Frank house instead. We found the shortest line of all 3 days at the Ann Frank house about 4pm. It took an hour of standing in line (and you all know that Dana doesn't like to stand in lines!) ... but it was worth the wait. Dana had read Anne Frank's diary on the plane ride to Amsterdam and found the house and ...
... 1600s. People slept in box beds, much shorter in length than today’s beds, because people slept sitting up. They thought if they were lying down the blood would rush to their head and they would die. In 1656 Rembrandt went bankrupt and lost the house. Everything of value was sold at auction, so with this list of his possessions, the house has been re-created.
A new museum for Amsterdam is the Hermitage, a partnership with the famous one in ...
... sold us our tickets tips us off that train cars 21 and 22 usually have less pre-booked seats...cross your fingers the ones we choose don’t get reserved! The train is clean and comfortable though we are riding backwards and it smells slightly of vomit. Lesson learned on Eurorail, we will do better next time. The countryside is beautiful and green with cute Dutch houses and cattle grazing. We fight sleep to see towns and ...
... to grasp how life in this specific place is, it gives you a unique insight you would otherwise never get. You see and experience their habits and customs first-hand.
One summer I was living with a family in Vienna as an au pair: one summer afternoon the children and I were playing at the beautifully decorated balcony in the middle of Vienna, aromas of freshly baked Sachter Torte and the mesmerizing sound of someone playing the violin drifted ...
... stop for 2013: A park on the coast of the Netherlands
# of countries: 21
# of cities: 47
# of bus rides: 11
# of taxis: 2