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... non-Jewish friends and employees who would supply them with food and materials. It was interesting although sad. I think I may have to read her diary again and think about our walk through the building.
Of course we visited the Red Light District and passed a myriad of questionable coffee shops. It wasn't uncommon to see someone smoking a doobie in the street or notice the smell of canabis smoke billowing from ...
... old...but we were later told that this is generally the women you see during the day time. It made me a little sad walking through there - they all seemed to have sad eyes and looked unhappy.
Our time in Amsterdam came quickly to a close and we were packing our bags to head to Adrian's dads home town, Groningen, where Steve lived as a child.
Indy has really started to develop a new level of independence this trip, hence the new ...
... suitcases and their contents all over the floor along with dirty makeup wipes and ear buds with wax all over them. You literally had no floor space to step through the mess, it was f**king disgusting. One girl had put all her **** in front of my locker in a massive pile, so I just picked the whole lot up and dumped it with her friend’s stuff; I could not have cared less.
Once we got sorted, we went back to the main square and met up with some of the ...
... if you see this posting – unless you’ve got some suggestions for dinner on Sunday – we could me you at the train station in Deventer (front door) at 5:00 p.m. – send me an email if you’ve got some thoughts here. Can’t wait to see my old traveling buddy.
Once we arrived at Schiphol we found our way to the trains to Amsterdam Central (4.80 Euro for 1st Class) and grabbed ...
I am writing this post about The Netherlands in an orchard barn in Southwest England, a good month after being there. Let's see what I can remember.
After leaving the Holy Land of Legos, we took a public bus to the train station in Kolding, only to find out that we had to print out our e-tickets. (We learned this from the 7-11 guy. There is no ticket office in smaller train stations, so the 7-11 serves as the ticket office. Can you imagine that in the U.S.?) Luckily there was ...