Hampshire Hotel - Mijdrecht Marickenland
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... chapel that had been established in the attic of an old 17th century house.
We then caught a train to Harlem where we had the immense privilege of participating in a tour of the Ten Boom House. It was incredibly powerful to walk through the house that had only decades earlier, housed Jewish fugitives, orphans and anyone else needing advice, comfort, food or protection both before and during the second world war. The ...
... on people who are the victims of trafficking. They deliver soup to the women in the windows to talk to them and get to know them. I think the idea is that if they are trafficked, they will become comfortable enough to tell them and seek help, but to me it just sounded like a lot of soup.
That evening, we split into two groups. One group went on a tour of the Red Light District, while my group went to the Red Light Secrets museum. The museum was really great, they had ...
... famous "coffee" shop where they sampled the wares. Much hilarity ensued, so we are told!! Optional tour tonight was a canal cruise followed by a dinner in an old Dutch house. Great night and to top it off, Joey walked a group of us back through the red light district which by this time was busy and thumping!! Walked back to the hotel.....again. We've walked our feet off today. Great day and a little peep into Amsterdam and the ...
... except between Antwerp and Brussels, we were in a wagon with a woman who had a ridiculous laugh, which she voiced long and loud. My friend and I started smirking at each other, and then caught the eyes of the girls sitting near us, who also started smirking. We had smirked enough at each other and then burst out into full-blown hysterics, which just started right back up again as they were winding down. Nights of no sleep and lots of walking and beer ...
... to skip this or today and get go to it tomorrow and get there for when it opens early in the morning. With this we went in search for something to do. We ended up going to the Amsterdam museum, it seemed disjointed and the whole experience was a bit odd but was something to do and was nice cycling to it and walking around the area as we got to see a bit more of the ...