De Rijper Eilanden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the city. Anyway, we have bought a Tom Tom to help us with the next part of the adventure - travelling around in the motor home. We meet Ben & Chris and kids tomorrow afternoon at the depot! We've been assured we'll get the hang of it after a day or so - hope so! Have arrived safely in Frankfurt. I'm not sure when we'll have wi-fi access while travelling in the motor home. Will be thinking of everyone. xxDi and ...
... was born and Shiva was holding him his head fell off (must have been a shock for Parvati). Anyway, Shiva's bull, Nandi, found Indra's elephant, Airavata, lying with his head facing north which he cut off and brought to Shiva who placed it on the headless child and Ganesha was born. It seems Parvati was happy. The things you learn while having dinner in Amsterdam on a Wednesday evening. And I was not being truthful about Bollywood ...
Today we started the day early because even though we were here all day yesterday, mom and I had the flu all day so I didn't really get to see or do much.
Started this VERY windy day at the Anne Frank annex, where we spent a while going through all of the history of the Holocaust and seeing where she spent the last few years of her life. Very interesting and moving to see how small and confined their ...
... br> The house was amazing. Moving, confronting and depressing. Learnt more about a person segregated during this time of war. which places I've gone to prior, such as War museums and Concentration camps.
You walk through the building and read quotes, watch interviews of peoples involvement and on top of this Anne Franks personal experiences as a teenage girl.
I would recommend this to anyone coming to Amsterdam to ...
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One thing that we wanted to see was the 1958 World Fair Atomium. Symbolising an iron crystal blown up 165 billion times, this was something pretty cool to see.