Hotel IX Amsterdam
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... are. It's still kind of confusing. Also, why are they the Dutch? I'm not sure how that name relates to either of their country titles. The things I should have asked... Maybe next time. Even though Amsterdam is a bit overwhelming, it is still really amazing and I would definitely come back here. In between all of the crazy city stuff there is awesome history and architecture and some wonderful parks. I give our first road trip stop a big ...
... vondel park and generally strolled around the city. Sanjeev is of Indian origin whose family settled in Suriname centuries ago. It was good to taste Surinamese food for lunch. We both enjoyed it thoroughly. Later in the evening, we just took a stroll along the Red Light district and since both of us found it a bit uncomfortable, did not stay longer. For those of you who are curious, I ...
... bikes and pedalled around. We hit a couple of museums visiting first the Anne Frank House and then the Van Gogh museum. The Ann Frank House is a very well put together display that sheds light on the plight of the thousands of Jews who were marched out of the country and into concentration camps during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands during WWII. Ann frank was a young girl of 14 at the time that her, her family and a couple of close friends were ...
... I did have another 'blonde' moment as whilst looking out the window on one side of the bus, Wayne told me to look at the thick fog on the other side. I was gob smacked as it was a sea of White and I couldn't see a thing. As he burst out laughing, I realised I was at the brunt of this as a huge truck with a long pure white container was passing our bus blocking out any form of view - duh! Our second stop was Volendam which is a beautiful quaint little Dutch fishing ...
... writer of one of the most read books in history. How many normal human emotions and trials and tribulations were played out in these dark little rooms in such extraordinary circumstances. Her universal message was echoed at the end in a video exhibition with testimony from famous people, people who knew her and visitors to the museum. The saddest thing is the weight of the end of her story, and particularly moving was the image of Otto ...