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... we met Hester, a Dutch friend that Katie and I made in Valencia. She treated us to snacks and drinks (non alcoholic) in a cafe right by the canal. Cannot believe the sheer number of bikes around the city, pretty sure there are more bikes than people. We found our way back to the hostel and had our tea using the hostels limited facilities. We have been reassured by a fellow roommate that this is one of the worst hostels she's stayed in. We are just getting ready to go out ...
... allowed them to create a map that had every Jewish family's home marked on it. Ironically, the Jewish Council's role in this led to the persecution of Jews in Amsterdam. Many were arrested and held in the theater, from there they were taken to camps. Many non-Jews helped to sneak friends out and fight the resistance on their own. The local Nazi party in Amsterdam was the NSB. From there we went to see the Portuguese Synagogue. ...
... my travels and making connections. You never know when you'll run into them again!
Volendam itself is a nice fishing village and very different from the other towns I'd visited so far. However, it is also very touristy. The streets were packed with the passengers of at least 20 tour buses and a small cruise ship. I'm glad I saw it, but preferred the others.
My last morning, I enjoyed one more walk along the beach followed by a Dutch ...
... free shot and we chilled here for a while. Later, some of the others were going to a coffee house, and Josh told me and let me go as he knew I wanted to check one out. I went with Chloe, Mal, Zoe, Shan and Brenton. We bought a "plain joint" and laughed a lot, they even told us to be quiet. When we got back I felt really good, just happy and chilled out. We got maccas on the way ...
... Monday night after our Sunday Funday.
Elizabeth got me a tickets to take the tour of the house where Anne Frank and her family went into hiding for two years during WWII. It was on the same exact street (Prinsengracht), and I was happy to bundle up and take a stroll to see this very famous museum. I arrived at Prinsengracht 267 at about ten minutes to two, got through the line quite easily and started my self guided tour. It was ...