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... in hand, leaving us wondering about warnings of lung cancer and the benefits of anti-smoking laws.
Still early in the day, we found it interesting that a lengthy queue meandered from Anne Frank's house. Even more intriguing was the many young people, prepared to wait up to 3 hours to view this part of a sad history. A police van remained parked near the home, a residue of recent threats!
The quietness of ...
... Quinnipiac here also, so far in every city, which is just too funny because you would think the cities are too big to be in the exact place at the same time. Amsterdam was a great city, I really enjoyed it. Everything was just beautiful and the people were so nice and I loved that everyone rode on bikes and the canals were great. Anything that has water near it makes it better. I would definitely go back to experience the countryside of the Netherlands, and definitely see the tulip ...
... there may be some visitors present who might not
understand Dutch. Most of this I deduced
from the few words I know and the context.
It occurred to me that not really knowing a language when you visit a
country does allow me to more easily mind my own business.
Nice museum. Didn’t
get to see all of it, but I caught most of it.
The Dutch Masters, Rembrandt, Vermeer. Strolled to ...
... into an assembly point for Jews destined for the concentration camps. The theatre is gone, but a memorial was created, along with the sur names of all Jewish families that lost their lives. We continued our walk until we came upon the Portuguese Synagogue, which was built in the 1670's. It is a big, open and simple place of worship. Still in the mood to walk, we found ourselves among the many stalls of the Waterlooplein Flea ...
... to the bathrooms (flushing working toilets with toilet paper), hot showers, a sink to wash your dishes and so forth. We checked in and immediately took off to the lake that was supposedly a 10 minute walk (30+ minutes later we found it). Realized we had left in such a rush all we had was towels with us. No snacks, music, sunscreen etc lol. Wandered back to the camp grounds and for our first night there we realized they do not provide a barbecue or any way to ...