Wapen van Enkhuizen

Breedstraat 59, Enkhuizen, Noord-Holland, 1601, Netherlands | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by simonct on Sep 12, 2013

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    ... was a great place.

    We saw the new Van Gogh museum which was a highlight. It was recently opened and it is really well done with lots of his famous paintings including the smoking skeleton. It also has a nice narrative running through the exhibition on his life, his relationships, his own turmoil and his unfortunate end. You can’t do too much culture in one day, so we followed that with a trip to the Bols museum. Bols is a famous dutch spirit and is the forerunner to gin ...


    A travel blog entry by kevindoody on Jul 13, 2013

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    ... headed to the hotel, where we met the rest of the group and went out for Chinese food on a restaurant boat. Originally, it was meant to be a legit cruise boat, but the builders didn't account for the weight of people. So it was a sinking boat. Fail Finally, we headed out for a boat cruise along the canals on a separate boat, and we all wore white shirts, got some markers, and signed each other! Also, while here Betty decided to tell us about the ...

    Zuiderzee Historic Museum

    A travel blog entry by grizzlydb on Jun 08, 2013

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    Today was a trip 1 hour north of Amsterdam by train to the location of the Zuiderzee dike to see a historic museum. We were told that the 'zee' in Zuiderzee is actually pronounced 'zay' (rhymes with 'day'). During WWII, our pronunciation would have told the locals that we could be German spies.

    Building The Dam

    - Zuiderzee, meaning "southern sea" in Dutch, was ...

    I'm walking on sunshine.

    A travel blog entry by richfamily on May 31, 2013

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    ... other people in the war. It was much later that I read the book.

    The rooms of Otto Frank's business downstairs and the secret annexe upstairs are unfurnished. Walking around you see photos of what the rooms looked like and excerpts from the diary. So poignant.

    "After the Anne Frank House was restored, they asked me if the rooms should be furnished again. But I answered: "No" During the war everything was taken away and I want to leave it like ...

    Last several days on the river

    A travel blog entry by shbell on Apr 11, 2013


    ... paratroopers behind the German lines in Holland which unfortunately was a disaster. The air drop was accompanied by a ground assault of an equal number of combined forces (Allied combined - British, American, Canadian, Scottish, Polish, etc.) This was code named Market Garden.

    The best part was the personal stories told by our volunteer guides who had personally experienced this event. This event was retold in the movie ...

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