Bilderberg Kasteel Kerckebosch
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This is the thanksgiving feast I prepared for four of us. I was nervous to be making a big dinner for that many people!
... trip I'm just destined to fail at it regardless, because I will be coming back to Amsterdam at the end of my trip. It seems a bit silly for me to go shopping now and then having to cart everything across Europe on my own for the next month, when I can do it all at the end! I could be called an improving shopper, but a better straightforward thinker! But not all was lost; I looked at things, and successfully found wifi at some stores! Plus, we went into heaps of cheese stores, and ...
... century, and later Jews came from eastern Europe to avoid persecution there. The events of the second world war were also documented including interviews with a survivor of the Westerbork Transit camp as well as members of the Jewish community today. It was easier for Jews in the country to escape detection than it was for those in the city. Life was still difficult for Dutch Jews even after the liberation and many
emigrated to Israel or to other countries.
We then ...
... the front door, one more flight to get to the main floor. It was very spacious, with large rooms. There was one bathroom with a whirlpool tub and a shower. There was a large terrace off the second floor that had a table and chairs. All the stair cases were curved and a lot skinnier than stairs we are used to in the US.
We met up with Saurabh and Vartika at the Pancake Bakery. We had dutch pancakes (which are more like french crepes), then on to the Winkel for apple pie and beer.
... we wind around the canals it became a tad obvious that the tourists were decked head to toe in oranje however many locals only had the odd item of clothing on. Many dogs are decorated in their orange for the festival occasion too. Out in the parks locals had marked out their stall area in chalk and were selling their old junk, food and even 'compliments for €0.50'. Others were lining the bridges and canals watching the boats pass ...