Grand Hotel Amstelveen
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Finally. Let the fun begin. That is, prepping!
Left the office behind yesterday and today is the first day to enjoy a month long of exploring the USA. This year is very special to us. Our girls graduated and are moving on to study. My husband and I turned 50 this year and ...
... a lovely lunch of quails eggs, cheeses, salami, dips, breads, crackers and wine whilst gently traversing the canals.
Later we went to Vondelpark and relaxed near the lake. There were numerous bands playing throughout the huge park including an African and Hari Krishna band who played as they made their way through the throng of people.
... her at her campus for lunch! She left me the keys to the apartment so I could lock up which proved to be very difficult! I then walked over to the metro as per Mila's instructions and got on the train, not realizing that I was supposed to swipe my card before I got on the train. Soooo I got a free ride! I then got off the train and nearly got run over by a car trying to cross ...
... and provide for his family. Later when the Nazi's invaded Amsterdam the family hid in back of the father's business. A few trusted employees helped them and brought them food and they hid out there for 2 years before they were found.
It was so strange to walk into that house. We walked through the secret door that led to their hiding spot and into the few small rooms where they lived. There was a living room with a sink and stove and a few sleeping rooms for the ...
... awesome. Then we headed round the architecture sites etc before returning to the RLD coffees to check out The Bulldog, the oldest coffeeshop, The Greenhouse, the famous persons coffee shop and to Cafe Basjoes the coffee shop with the best "cakes".
A final stroll back down the river and then back to the hostel to collect our things then to our trains. I write this section as we sit on our 2nd transfer. I'll include the night train in tomorrows blog!