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... more shopping (successful!) we changed and headed to Ann Frank House. We'd all read the book and were keen to see the house made so real by her story. I personally found it really moving though it stirred up my memories of Auschwitz and Birkenau camps where Ann was sadly to die just days before the camp was liberated. Our tired weary bodies were once again taken home for a rest stop. We went to bed hoping for better ...
... massive as they swooped down. Again you wouldn't want to be in the way. That part of the deck was roped off. One mill had its cap completely off. The body of the mill is thatched which I was surprised to see. We caught the ferry back and wandered through the village of Zaandijk which dates from the 17th century. All the houses have to be painted green. The neck gables have different patterns and decorations on them and were designed to hide the ridge beam ...
... right away that we had made a good choice with this apartment because we were tucked on a quiet street but after a short 2 minute walk we found ourselves in the midst of great little boutiques, restaurants and even a very nice grocery store. After thoroughly canvasing the few blocks around our place we settled on a little thai restaurant for dinner that night and it was excellent. Bree played it fairly safe with some sort of pad thai variety and I was probably ...
We were both feeling much healthier by the time we left Bruges. Knowing we had our own room/space was a major positive as was the excitement about all Amsterdam had to offer.
On our first night here we walked our way into town through Leidseplein Square which is a happening little place with bars and restaurants of every type. After having burgers we walked the rest of the way into the main square and the ...
... huge ones, and after about two hours arrived at the new Amsterdam marina. Very smart. Registered and moored up amongst a selection of very big and some very bling boats (this is clearly quite an expensive place to stay so glad we're on a special rate for S & S members). We sampled the posh facilities and then crashed for a couple of hours before a very nice dinner in the restaurant - overlooking ...