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... decided that since we were in Amsterdam, we might as well be able to say that we have seen the Red Light District. What a sad experience. I feel so sorry for those young women but know that some would choose that lifestyle while others are trapped in it. It was quite chilly walking back to the ship. We were told that it was only a five minute walk from the ship but it took us about 25 minutes one way. Bed really felt good!!
... to do some of our favourite things. We thought dinner at the Molen pad would be nice and although we got to sit by the canal the service and food was just okay. Aaron ordered mussels by mistake which was amusing but the Jillz and Wicke Witte made up for it. Dinner took quite a while but the walk past our old place to the bus and the quick ride home was worth it so happy we got to spend the afternoon here, a perfect way to end this ...
... to Edam was less than 30 minutes and upon arriving, we were greeted by an extremely picturesque little town known for its cheese. There are no major tourist sites here other than the town itself. We strolled through the narrow lanes and spent a little time shopping in the cheese shops and other stores. Dad found the whirligigs he had been looking for along with some magnets and patches. We all bought some cheese after sampling some of ...
... in his car, checked his phone, had an in-dash TV going, and chatted with us about our plans. This ultimate multi-tasker will pick us up again on Friday for our flight to England. The apartment is nice, small, and has lots of windows. We are up one flight of very skinny, steep steps. After we got settled in, the girls headed out in search of food and other things. Sarah and I did the same. We found a small place and ...
... her father's assistant who brought food to the attic and her father Otto, and reconstructions of the rooms as they lived in them. I am touched by the effort made to make the attic seem like home-pictures on the walls, colorful upholstery and linens, a Delft commode, and how 'cozy' it looks in the photographs.
Virtually all of the text that accompanies the exhibits is taken directly from Anne's diary. The last display case houses the Oscar won by Shelley Winters ...