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... of the cupboard in the room, which had a door which was raised and lowered from inside the hiding place by means of grandfather clock weights. During the day the fugitives stayed very quietly In one of the upstairs rooms, and at night joined the family in the living room. They had an alarm system set up to warn of danger, and the people would rush and hide in the refuge. Unfortunately, in 1944 the family was betrayed and taken to prison. Corrie's father, in his eighties, ...
Sooo we embarked on our adventure to Germany and Poland at around 1:30pm. We couldn't wait, Emma already having puked twice from excitement. We jumped on the coach bus and headed to the airport. Everyone boarded the flight and we were off to our first stop: Amsterdam. Our plan was to sleep but somehow that didn't end up happening. We made friends with the flight attendants as they laughed at our ...
After more than a month without any visitors you could say that we were starting to get on each other's nerves a little, so Amsterdam had been a little beacon of light with the impending arrival of the Hepburns to join us for a long weekend. We arrived a little earlier than them on Tuesday, and yet another interesting challenge for me trying to navigate Cedrick into a city that is not very car friendly. The roads here are very thin, and then once you add ...
... grocery shopping. There's a certain feel to this city. Its one of those romantic cities where you could walk around aimlessly for hours and still not get bored. Kinderdijk Now this is the world famous Windmills, in fact its a UNESCO World Heritage site. Getting here was a bit trickier than expected. 1. Took the intercity train from Delft to Rotterdam Central then to Rotterdam Zuid 2. Looked for the bus stop then realised that we were supposed to be at the Zuid METRO station ...
... there. All the pictures that Anne cut out and stuck on the wall were still in their original positions.
I didn't really know much about Anne Frank and her family before visiting but I'm so glad I went because it really taught me a lot about that time in history and how awful it really was for the jews. My visit has inspired me to read Anne's book so that will be my next read.
When I had finished, Aaron was ...
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Strandboulevard A7, Egmond aan Zee | 3 star hotelfrom $137
Parallelweg 14, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $112
Parallelweg 2, Egmond aan Zee | 3 star hotelfrom $112
Zeeweg 52 , Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $120
Vuurtorenplein 1, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $92
Pastoor van Kleefstraat 23, Egmond aan Zee | Hotelfrom $112