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... 8217; compared to Europe
“To undue car-centrism, it will take about another 100 years. You all have important things to do”-Andre
In regards to city innovations
“As a city planner, you have to be one step ahead of reality”-Andre
The quote that has made me think the most on this trip
In regards to how Copenhagen turned from cars to bicycles during the Oil crisis
“Never waste a good crisis”-Anna
... seemed to be aware, but it hadn't twigged to me that our hotel was right on the edge of the red light district. Looking for somewhere to eat, we seemed to head further into the district. A couple of areas where the lane was lined with windows where women sat. Eventually found a restaurant for dinner and a laundry where we could get some washing done the next day. Area felt safe enough as there were lots of people, but very ...
... Dutch once again reasserts itself as the common tongue.
The buildings in town look like they belong in Amsterdam, but opposite the Centraal Station is a stunner. The Grand Hotel Amrath was built as offices for a group of shipping companies in the Early 20th century in a uniquely Dutch Art Nouveau style. Over the years it had many different lives but In 2007 the refurbished building reopened as a luxurious 5 star hotel. It ...
... Amsterdam and surrounding areas for a longer stay. Despite Diane's back pain, my hip pain, we had a great, great vacation. We walked for miles, saw fantastic scenery and historic sites, broke bread and shared laughs and profundities with good friends -- cannot ask for more. Now the challenge is resurfacing in reality without getting the bends!! We hope this blog has given you at least a glimpse into our experiences....at the very least it will help US remember our trip! Over and out, Diane and ...
... home and Miep, one of the helpers gave him Anne's diary he was hesitant to read it because she had not wanted him to when she was alive. When he read it and found that her life aspiration was to be a published author, he had to fulfill her dream. The book is now published in over 80 languages and is one of the most well known diaries ever written. She was only a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl at the time, but the tragic story serves as ...