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... Austria and Hungary. We then went on to a small beer house and being in good company restored our spirits. Then trouble at G's suggestion we took a short cut. Let me give you a tip - in medieval towns that is not clever. For the first time in my life I asked directions. I stopped some students and in spectacular Germlish I asked which way to the River. Turns out the reason that this town exist is the confluence of three Rivers." Which one?" they asked. ...
... and moor in the harbor to kick off five days of festivities. This year's SAIL attracted more than 2 million visitors who could visit the ships, walk onto them, attend concerts, party and watch fireworks every night.
The day the ships enter Amsterdam is called SAIL-IN, and it is truly a spectacular sight. We took the free ferry from behind the train station to Noord Amsterdam and sat on the ...
... First when we arrived she said there were going to be lots of tourists like us, but there weren't! Though unfortunately when we got to the shore front where all the shops were there were heaps of them! It would be a better village if there weren't so many tourists! The tour guide showed us the meeting point where we were to come back in only thirty minutes, which wasn't enough time to have lunch and then look around. So we looked in some souvenir shops to try find a ...
... also could you help me get a ticket for Anna Frank
House this week?"
Her "well here is the WiFi code, you can find a hostel
yourself and book it. As for the Anne Frank House, good luck
finding a ticket...it's sold out" *she didn't actually check
So that had me in a right mood from square one.
... And I helped a lot, which is great for them, just not for my wallet. They had American chains like Forever 21, Urban Outfitters, and H&M, but they also had stores (probably chains) that I had never heard of, but were AWESOME!
Later that night, we made it over to the Anne Frank House. The entire building has been saved and transformed into a museum since the end of WWII. Backstory time: Otto Frank owned a building that was used as an ...