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... took the car out and it still wasn't going right, so they were still working on it. Our plans were falling to bits yet again. We had to get to Amsterdam tonight as we had an apartment booked there for the next five nights that wasn't cheap and we couldn't cancel or we'd lose our money. And getting to Amsterdam wasn't a piece of cake anyway as it was 340 miles away and a five hour drive. They said they'd work on the car for another hour to see what they could do but it didn't look ...
... walking for a couple of hours, mainly nosing around the Dam and one of the main shopping streets, Kalverstraat. Also trying on shoes in the hope of finding some new boots.
Both tired, but doing a good job of staying awake.
In the evening found a little local Italian cafe, Las Marias, which had very nice food - lasagne and pizza.
Slept okay with the help of melatonin.
The drive to Amsterdam was pretty easy. We checked into our hostel after driving around for like 20 minutes trying to find the very specific building we were told to park in, took the metro to the center of the city, and met up with one of Chelsea's friends from California. We had dinner with Nicole and Kyle and then walked around the Red Light District (because Amsterdam). Luckily, Nicole and Kyle knew their way around and were able to act as tour guides, because ...
... we walked around the area. we walked to a science museum called Nemo which is a giant ship shaped building, then around the library and a few other museums.
We then went to get some waffles. they were yum.
Once we were full we went back to the hostel to pack up and get ready for the next day where we move to Belgium.
We went to a french place for dinner where we got loser. This was delish.
... They still do not know who exposed the family to the local gestapo. She died about one month before the end of the war. From there we went to the Tulip Museum. We then went on a search for the Museum of Handbags and Purses - one of Bonnie's favorite items. On the way we passed through the flower market - beautiful. We found the Handbag Museum it and wandered around the gift shop ...