Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Zeeduin
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... amp; I remember being like "we don't mix alcohol & politics together in CA..." which she thought was very interesting that we didn't share our views! But she definitely made sure to let us know what SHE thought of pur president, how great he is for our country & all the wonderful things he is doing! LOL. Such a trip! After all this we started heading back to the train & were nervous when we saw tons of politi (police) crawling all over the station. Yikes! Something ...
... its myriad of old buildings, and found somewhere to have some lunch, which took a bit of time. One thing really sprang to mind at the time - despite knowing that the vast majority of people spoke English, when you're on your own and everybody speaks a first language you can't understand, and for me I don't expect that they should understand me (even if they do), the world can be an incredibly lonely place, and I felt it a little today. After lunch I ...
... called what's up with those beards, but they didn't even talk about beards? Weird. I really enjoyed Amsterdam, the city was busy and had lots to do shopping, eating, activities and it was all within reasonable walking proximity and the weather was amazing (when sunny) we both got a bit of a tan! At the end of the day I could totally see why people love to love in this little hidden treasure of a city, it can be peaceful, magical and fun, what more could you want? ...
... the shops for Saturday's expedition.!
For the afternoon, Mim and her cousins went to visit her Aunties, I spent the afternoon walking around the village, taking in the scenery, and then it was a return so I could catch up on the Blogs. ...
... tourists on their boat tours. Our canal was on every tour, because we were just down the canal from the Anne Frank House.
Reading the Diary of Anne Frank was a very moving experience for me as a young girl. Visiting the house where she and her family hid from the Nazis transported me back 30+ years. It’s hard to imagine what life was like for them under the constant fear of being discovered. It’s painful to think of how her father must have felt when none of ...