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- Continental Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... s best vantage point. We hopped off of the canal boat about an hour early for our cheese appointment, so we made a stop into the Stroopwaffel museum. The museum itself was kind of a dud, but the Stroopwaffels were delightful. A Stroopwaffel is basically a very thin waffle with syrup in the middle. It is suggested that you set the cookie/waffle on top of your coffee mug to let your coffee warm the syrup before you eat it. At the museum they were making fresh Stroopwaffels, ...
... Frank's house. She had to hide for 2 years in a small house behind a bookcase. She had to stay out of sight.
There was 8 people living in the small house and there was 4 people helping them.
They had to be so quiet for 2 years. They got caught 1 month before world war 2 ended.
She went to concentration camp and died March 1945 at the age of 15.
It made me feel sad that Hitler did all of this. ...
... were so much fun, we started off with a shot of what smelt like cough medicine (Simon and Charlie shared mine) and they played really good music and there were speeches and stuff. I wish I had been feeling well enough to drink and enjoy it with everyone, we are leaving a few in Amsterdam so we won't even see then tomorrow. After the cruise Erin took everyone clubbing while I went to bed ...
After more than five months of browsing the internet for good hostels, things to do, getting tickets for sumo, the bullet train, taking Japanese lessons and carefully weighing each item on my packinglist (no i am not OCDing Bazzie ;-)) it's finally time.
The last few days seemed to last forever. Everyting was packed/done/taken care of so there was not much more for me to do but wait. I even packed my bag on sunday already so there was just the long agonizing ...
... encased shrine with his remains is a great attraction.
The smaller and more quiet chapels are nicer than the big churches. I also liked the Viceroy's Arch and the Gate of the Adil Shah Palace better.
Well maintained forts
After lunch in the Upper House restaurant we visit two Portuguese forts. The first one is the Reis Magos Fort in Verem, Bardes for which our car has to climb the ...