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... to Amsterdam in search of a safe haven. Their legacies have been captured for posterity by the brushstrokes of Rembrandt and other talented artists, in the amazing network of canals, dikes, wooden pilings and dams that made it possible for this city to exist, and by the tolerant and respectful manner in which the Dutch conduct their daily lives.
Late this afternoon, the apartment owner's charming ...
... card We then walked back to station and I saw him leave for work as I waited for Sanjeev.
Initially our plan was to bike in Amsterdam but we dropped the idea considering that I still had sore legs from Day 3 biking in Almere. We decided to walk and take the tram around the city. I took it light and just casually toured the city later. Visited the central library, Flee market, tasted dutch ...
... out how to get to the right platform. My Dutch is improving rapidly from being totally nonexistent. The woman at immigration was very surprised when I said "Thank you" in Dutch. We met an American couple who were also grappling with the train problem and navigated the train station together; it was useful to be able to decipher the signage that was not in English
September 5 – Maritime Day
Our hotel was very central and we had a nice quiet room on ...
... system to move things in and out of the windows because the staircases are much too narrow. We used the public transportation system for the first time, and made a couple of tourist mistakes. Apparently at certain times of the day you need to get on at the front of the tram. We missed one tram as we stood in the middle of the car trying to figure out how to board. The doors closed in our faces and we waited 10 minutes for the ...
... back in 1973 I visited Anne Frank Huis, the building annex where eight people hid for two years from the Nazis. Only one of the eight lived through the war, Anne’s father Otto. Nowadays, there is always a long queue waiting to enter the building. I waited 45 minutes, and it was crowded inside, but it was something I wanted to do. There is no risk of Anne’s being forgotten, which is a good thing.
Rembrandt’s house shows how he lived ...