Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Het Witte Huis
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... communal atmosphere. And there were canals all through it, typical! We left the bus and crossed a canal, into a little shop where FINALLY, A MAN IN CLOGS!! In all his glory, there he was, clogs and all. Never mind he was about to show us a demonstration on how clogs are made, HE WAS IN CLOGS! My life sort've felt a little more complete. We sat down, and our new hero showed us how they turned quite literally a chunk of wood into a shoe in about 5 minutes - it was that ...
... wait 1.5 hours to get inside. I think it was pretty worth the wait. We got to walk through the entire house and secret annex. So there were 8 people in total hiding in the annex for over two years, the Frank and the Van Pels families. With the support of four "helpers" who worked for Otto Frank, the father, before the war started, the business could keep running and the families could get some food and necessities. During these two ...
... had cleared up a bit so we headed toward the Slave Lodge (museum). A few other stops along the way, a bit to eat and then we headed back to the dryness of the hotel lobby. A few hours later, we were a bit dryer and decided to just head to the airport and eat dinner there rather than run the risk of getting caught in more showers.
The rest of the night was uneventful. We took off at 11:30 pm and flew overnight to Amsterdam.
... loved every moment and room. She embraced the photos, stood in awe of being in the same space as the Franks, gazed to her hearts content. The rooms were crowed but we took all the time she wanted. There is no furniture in the rooms but a model and photos show how they were. There were screens with tapes of some of the persons telling the story. There were pages of her actual diary to view. BUT there is no photography allowed so she could not document any ...
... traditional pari so I can get a bit more use out of them! (they have come in handy since!) I did but a small decorative traditional pair, as much as I wanted a more traditional pair I couldn't justify the price, weight and the little use I would get out of them! The factory was surrounded by fame land on which they had some farm animals, including a very cute pig and a HUGE rabbit all of which I chased for a pat and cuddle only succeeding with the pig though, who Im sure thought I ...