Ibis Amsterdam City West
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... heard of Anne Frank's Diaries because they have been published in 70 different languages. She has become the voice for the millions of Jews who were persecuted during the Second World War, which probably explains why her house receives the highest number of overseas visitors in the whole of the Netherlands. It also explains the length of the queue!
Anne Frank was born in Germany but with Hitler and his anti Jewish regime gaining ...
... if your wondering, of course we took advantage of this to have ourselves some beer, wine, whiskey and vodka. Plus, they pour their drinks STIFF! Perfect! After a pasta and salmon dinner, a movie and a bunch of chatting with my fellow travellers, I thought it would be wise to rest my eyes since our 5:30pm flight showed up in Amsterdam at 6am. I slept maybeeeeeee 10 minutes before I was pleasantly interrupted with breakfast. Yogurt, a muffin and a juice was on the menu. Again, ...
... once we knew which stop to hop off on, we made it fine. We did have to wander an alley or two at about midnight which didn't look too flash to us at the time but apparently its a good area LOL.
Hotel is ok, very dark and windowless which apparently is Andalusian style but reviews say its good for Seville and it was comparatively cheap. Not my usual preference but this is the nature of this trip - to get the best on a restrained budget.
... can help, opening their home and making sure that you are as comfortable as you can be and have everything you need. You visit someone here and always they bring out snacks and coffee or tea. Then a meal; and you are fed until you are full. If you are tired, they offer their bed for you to nap, if you have a stomach ache, they offer a remedy to take, if you want to take a walk, they offer their shoes. I’m not joking when I say that their number ...
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