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... out in the attic of where her father used to work. They had been in hiding from 1942 to 1944 in attempts to avoid the fate that so many others close to them had already been met with. There was a raid on their hideout only a month before the country was liberated from the terrorist communist regime and all 8 people were sent to Auswitch - the concentration camp constructed for mass extermination. All except Anne's father died. Anne was a promising writer and ...
... Another year has flown by so quickly but this time she is enjoying it in Amsterdam.
And what a day !! Cool start warming to 22 degrees under blue skies - cannot get much better than that.
We followed through on the bus trip booking that we made and can thoroughly recommend it as a day trip to anyone who visits Amsterdam. It is a public bus service so you get to see the back streets of the little towns on the route and we were able to ...
... br> Today, I went on a canal cruise. Riding around on the canals is a fun and a neat way to see the city, but it is not a good way to get pictures and really see things. Number one, you are in a boat with a ceiling which means that there will always be something between you and the outside. Number two, the water level in the canal is much lower in the street, so you have to look up to see the sights along the canals.
... like most people intended to yield to pedestrians.
Starting off with the Anne Frank House, we got to tour inside the location where Anne Frank had hidden for 2 years before being apprehended by the Nazis. It would have been extremely cramped 8 people, not to mention the stresses of being constantly fearing making any noise nearly every day.
Crossing the border from Germany to Holland marked the fourth country on our road trip. Immediately the first thing you notice about Holland is that cars drive at a 'relaxed' normal speed (instead of France and Germany where all drivers have to get to their destination as quickly as possible). Our destination in Holland was Amsterdam, however we decided it would be interesting to take a detour drive through a random Dutch town – for us we chose Arnhem. We quickly ...