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... t stay her too long, just enough for a walk and a coffee. This place is very pretty and quite famous for its talented musician Andre Rieu. So although we didn't get to meet any famous inhabitants it was still a nice place to visit.
We arrived in Amsterdam and found a car park with relative ease. Of course alot of the streets are very narrow and there are trams, trucks, bikes and motorbikes to contend with - but I'm not driving and Louise seems to have nerves of ...
... the Frank and Van Pels families lived before the Nazis discovered them and transferred them to death camps.
After our visit at Anne Frank House we went to see several other sites associated with the Jewish experiences in Amsterdam before and during the Nazi Occupation.
The students were able to see inside a 400 year ...
... to sleep as soon as my head hit the pillow.
The next day I slept in until about 9:30am and then went downstairs for breakfast. There was no sign of movement from Aaron so I made him a sandwich and snuck it back upstairs. I got ready and met Sam near the RIjks museum, where he had been in the morning. We went to a cute little café and got hot chocolate and a toasted sandwich. Aaron then met us out so we could go on the Heineken brewery tour. The Heineken tour was nothing like ...
... very very long and not moving fast. - I don't really do queues and certainly not outdoors in gusting winds and driving rain, so that fell off my agenda fast. I moved on the the Van Gogh Museum, killing time there in the slightly shorter queue by asking locals how the name is pronounced, wandering if the American 'Van Go' or the British 'Van Goff' is more accurate, but the answer was more 'Fon Choch' ( the 'ch' pronounced Welsh-style) so it seems we ...
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The museum's surrounding gardens are free to roam and just as beautiful and for those whose thirst for art needs further quenching, the Van Gogh museum is also nearby.
For those more interested in climbing giant letters, one of the city's grand 'I amsterdam' signs is located at the back of the Rijksmuseum. The other stands at ...