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The place is amazing! Clean, Quiet and the staff are really helpful.
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... Station. Amsterdam is a compact cityscape and its centrality makes it stand out as it's own urban area. We discovered that the dudes with the fancy shamncy names were the creators of the festival, Hank Jan Buchel and Vincent Horbach, along with the help of Felix (like the cat) Guttmann. They chose a light image that would enrich the city and add to the cultural heritage of this thriving city. Due to the fact ...
... my bike to the country side. Regardless I snapped a few pictures of the incredible building the museum is housed in, which re opened last year after 10 years of restorative renovations.
I wandered a bit through town slowly making my way to the Anne Frank house. I arrived at 5:45 hoping the line would have shrunk due to the proximity of dinner time. Not sure how shrunk it was as I waited 45 minutes but with complimentary WiFi from the museum, so nice ...
... knowing very little about the history, but quickly gained some insight.
Amsterdam was the birth place of the infamous Dutch Indies Trading Companies. A trading company that made most trading possible and quite profitable trading in gold, slaves, spices and more. It is the birth of capitalism which made history. Amsterdam also played a role in WWII as a safe haven to Jews because as long as they stayed like the Catholics before they were free to ...
... to drive over the barrier with the swirling North Sea on one side of you, and a ...
... The next day we went to Zaanse Schans which is a small village on the banks of the Zaan river. we caught the train out of town as Zaanse Schans was about 30km outside of Amsterdam. It was complete with tidy green houses, real working windmills, small shops and a few iconic factories. It was a really beautiful town and again nothing was out if place. The cute cottage like houses lined the banks of the Zaan river with about 6 or 7 colourful windmills ...