Fletcher Badhotel Egmond aan Zee
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... before, and Kier wasn't overly interested in the wait. I recall when I saw it the last time back in 1994, although it was very powerful to see the inside of the house knowing the backstory, my ultimate reaction was "that's it?". It seemed kind of anti-climactic. We opted to have a nice cold cider in a cafe on the canal instead. Something we both agreed on! Then we strolled the streets in The Jordaan. A very unique and eclectic area. This evening we checked out ...
... waterways. The buildings in Amsterdam are built on piles and therefore have moved over the years and so some appear to continue to stand only because they lean against other buildings beside them... and so are appropriately named dancing houses. Our boat tour ended and we returned to our hotel to retrieve our luggage and take a cab to the train station and the train to the Schipol Airport. While at the airport a most interesting ...
... in the street. We wanted to hold up pencils in defiance, too. Je suis Charlie.
Back in November, we had booked tickets to tour the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam with our friend, Chris George (Stanford classmate) and his two older boys. (The Georges are in their second year of living in Amsterdam from Portland, Oregon, and had not yet been.)
It was a pleasure to wing into trendy Amsterdam, to tuck in with long-time friends, and indulge Sam and Henry in a ...
... they just stole our bike, then back to the bus. On the bus I finish watching Disney's Frozen with Victoria on my ipad, she loves the movie, it has lots of Norwegian cultural references. She's in casual wear today. Hair up, tight jeans and a loos fitting blue shirt with one shoulder showing, she's so obsessed with dresses I don't think she sees how amazing she is without putting effort in, I gush over her soppily, I tell her she's beautiful and can't stop kissing her, she ...
... world has J) and De Hague (or The Hague for you uncouth J) where the International Court sits. Fought our way back through the partying foreigners (nearly all about 21 going on 12) back to Central Station and back to the campsite.
Next day, up early (well earlyish) and off again. First up was our canal tour; such amazing history. The group we were with included a group of old Sydney rockers (who had had a hard night the night before) ...