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... more dreamlike. Amsterdam Centraal station is enormous, but we followed Martin like 26 little (and big!) ducklings, across several busy lanes and onto a "tram," or bus, riding on tracks. At first look, Amsterdam seems only vaguely like Haarlem, because there are so many cars and buses, so many very large and modern buildings, and so very many people in great hurries. There are also many more bicycles and motor scooters, so crossing streets is a ...
We had a sleep in then packaged up all our laundry and headed for the laundromat. Took ages to find but once we put it on we headed to a thai place called bird for lunch. Lunch was amazing- giant portions of Penang curry and mixed stir fry for 30e. So tasty. We went shopping for a bit and I bought some tights to wear under my dresses for 10e as it's a bit cooler over here than expected. Laundry done we headed back to the hotel ...
... a full day pass for bus, tram and train and made our way 15min to Central Amsterdam. We had a walk around and saw the amazing church's and buildings. By this time it's 1.00pm and 26 degrees odd. We then did a hour canal tour through the canals and into the harbour and back through the canals, learning that all except 1 canal is man made and the harbour is fresh water as it was blocked off hundreds of ...
... small information boards about whose room it had been etc. Whilst we had heard the museum was very emotive, we didn't really find it very moving, until you reach the more modern museum rooms which tell you about the fate of each of the family members. Anne died about a week after her older sister Margot, of Typhus, at the Bergen-Belsen camp, and only a few weeks before the camp was liberated at the end of the war.
We left the museum glad we had come, but not altogether ...
... took a boat ride on the canals, I clearly have a lot of influence on my wife's decisions. It was okay, better than the disaster of Paris, but not something I would do again. I was in the sun for most of the 75 minutes without much wind, so I was sweating. However, Robyn liked it and took many pictures of which I have uploaded a couple. I did learn a few facts about Amsterdam on ...