Hampshire Hotel - Mijdrecht Marickenland
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... and we saw goats and about 5 mins later they started fighting the older one. We were laughing it was funny.
The next day we went to Anne Franks house.
It is a house that in World War 2, 8 people lived and hid in because Adolf Hitler wanted to kill all Jews.
It was actually in Anne's dads work. It was a secret house behind a bookcase, no-one would of expected it.
They had helpers and they were not Jews so they ...
... our bags we took a shuttle to the south terminal and then worked out our train tickets, having to catch a train to the London Bridge train station and then transfer to the tube to Canada Waters. the Gatwick train took a long time due to some sort of track works. We bought an Oyster Card for our travel on the tub while we are here, a great way to get around as you just load the credit you need on the card, and then you ...
... was nearly in tears of laughter. Next is the clogs, this guy has his moments as well but not quite like the cheese guy, he constantly asks Sam what all these random words in Mandarin translates to in English. As you exit through the gift shop there are four tasting platters laid out: garlic, plain, smoked, and peppered (oxford comma for those who can't count). The cheese tasting platters taste better than the clog tasting platters.
Garlic is orgasmic, we buy a block for ...
... from the zoo! I have found out that the Netherlands is one of the only countries that protested against the treatment of the Jews by the Germans during the war! Back on the tram, which has been a great way to get around the city. We got onto a canal cruise which went for an hour and was a good way to see the city off your feet, only down side was having to sit by an American teenager who moaned about everything to her poor mother. That night we hunted down an ...
... t permitted to. It was a slight disappointment, but the overall attraction has improved somewhat. You were still able to freely walk through the rooms of the hiding place, but I admit that the place made me angry about the Holocaust. How an act such as that could occur defies logic.
I returned back to the neighbourhood of my hostel and looked for a good place to eat. It wasn't that easy - every time you would stand outside a restaurant to read the menu board, the ...