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... church built in the 1400s. The museum was showing the magical African masks collection created from 1850 to current day. Then we went to the Allard Pierson Museum that is the archaeological museum of the University of Amsterdam. The museum was showing artifacts from the Roman, Greek, Mesopotamian and Egyptian dynasties that flourished in the Mediterranean area. During the 3rd day we got up early to wait in line for an hour to visit the Anne Frank house. The wait ...
... so I did not try to smoke Pot.
Some of you might wonder how I missed to visit some of the famous museums in Amsterdam. Before my travel, I was advised to visit quite a few of them. But I actually realised that I am not a museum person so my travels would hardly include any visit to the museums.
I must also add that I was given a visual and audio treat by Sanjeev who is a Musician ...
... out in the attic of where her father used to work. They had been in hiding from 1942 to 1944 in attempts to avoid the fate that so many others close to them had already been met with. There was a raid on their hideout only a month before the country was liberated from the terrorist communist regime and all 8 people were sent to Auswitch - the concentration camp constructed for mass extermination. All except Anne's father died. Anne was a promising writer and ...
... we had about one and a half hours to walk around and get a bite to eat. I seized the opportunity to drag Wayne into a photo shop where we dressed in authentic Dutch clothing and clogs of course and have our photo taken. I didn't give him the opportunity to say no as he knew he was stuck on the bus with me for another 3 weeks and it could be a very long journey. Happy wife, happy life! It was then on to Amsterdam which was a real highlight and a place we both want ...
... in the empty attic after the war, absent of the 7 other people who shared the space with him for years in silence, darkness and fear. To cheer ourselves up afterwards, we headed canal side for brunch. Finally the sun was out and we found an amazing little cafe for a late breakfast. There was one more thing for me to do and that was to find the Old Church, where I spent time with Ty and James so long ago. After much walking around, ...