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... was the happiest collection of delicious healthy foods, and like-minded happy hippies. If we lived in Amsterdam, I would try to buy all of our weekly produce here every Saturday morning. It was seriously that cute. We didn't want to be apart from the group for too long, so we met the group for bagels and coffee while we tried to game plan out our next two days of adventures. We decided that as the Anne Frank House was our top priority all weekend, it should be first. ...
... put on 40,000 layers of clothes and then headed down to breakfast. Breakfast every day is ham, cheese, toast, cereal, boiled eggs, juice, and surprisingly good coffee! We both made sandwiches and took a banana to have for lunch too. It's really odd that no where you go offers water, and if you want it it's about €3. It's an expensive commodity apparently! I just filled my bottle with tap water which ended up being fine...stomach of steel ha. We were out the door before 8am...thanks ...
... We pumped into a couple of girls that we recognised from our walking tour yesterday.
... and with the last memory of the scent of my dearest mothers dutch cooking, I leave for schiphol.
To get me to the place where beaches are waiting and jungle is calling. Temperature is dropping here, which means that my presence is most likely needed on the other side of the world.
I'll miss our cheese.
But off I go.
... the girls while driving in Italy and France. Turns out Adele's class had studied Anne Frank earlier this year, so she delighted in showing off her knowledge to her big sisters. So we found our way there, and no surprise, there was a very long queue. We decided we would try out luck later in the afternoon. Instead we found a nearby canal cruise and had a delightful afternoon taking in the sights. Back to Anne Frank's house at 6pm, and the queue was no shorter. We spent an hour in ...