Fletcher Badhotel Egmond aan Zee
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Today we had to wake up early for the first time in Amsterdam, thanks to Dad once again for opening the curtains and letting the sun beam out onto my face. So we went down to breakfast, surprisingly we were the first ones there. Again, I had the yummy croissants, and the special Dutch pancakes. I wish I could spend breakfast every morning there at that hotel! So this morning after breakfast we had a bus tour going out of Amsterdam. We were the first ones to be picked up outside ...
... the whole street's refuse for the week. The rubbish is dumped in the truck, and all is replaced. And look how close that blue station wagon is. He surely mustn't have remembered it was garbage day. We spoke to Rhonda this morning our time. She is home safe and sound, and had just woken up at four in the afternoon! We are really well. Wok seems to get stronger every day, so the holiday has really done him a lot of good. I've enjoyed it too. God bless. Lyn and ...
... Anne Frank Huis (house). The sky is perpetually grey in Copenhagen so this was quite a treat. Back to Ms. Frank...once again I learned so much more than my previous visit years back. We were told of her brief time in Germany before moving to the Netherlands to escape the SS troops and to my surprise, her rather wonderful happy time in Amsterdam. She went to school, had friends, spoke fluent Dutch etc which I had not remember from my last visit. Of course, this changed ...
... drive we were at the airport. Again checking in was a breeze as we had already checked in online, so we just dropped off the bags, security felt me up a little after going through the metal detector, he didn't even give me his number afterwards. It's the second time I have been felt up by security, I think I got felt up in Dublin on the way to Paris. Anyway, I'm off track, by the time we got to sit down, it was about ...
... town of Delft. Mom wants to check out the pottery made only here called Delft Blue.
Delft Blue is the world-famous earthenware that has been produced in the city of Delft since the 17th century. Between 1600 and 1800, this earthenware was popular among rich families who would show off their Delft Blue collections to one another. Although the Delftware potters preferred to call their earthenware "porcelain", it was only a cheaper version of the real ...