Hotel de Admiraal
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As I mentioned in a quick previous post Katie hurt her back pretty badly. She's been walking around with a fairly serious hitch in her giddy-up. At least she won't make fun of me when I hurt my back again! She has been a serious trooper though. I know she's in a lot of pain but she's still walking all through the city. As long as she doesn't sit (or lay down to sleep), she's OK. Amsterdam is a beautiful city. From what ...
We were sad to leave Paris, but happy we didn't have to battle the transport system any more. We went and had breakfast at our favourite patisserie this morning and then went over to the park surrounding the Eiffel Tower and cracked our little bottle of French wine and got out our plastic cups and made a toast. We all agreed the wine was disgusting and most of it got poured over the plants.
We then ...
... only bright orange bike ever), and walked for a while.
And ended up at the one place I really wanted to be.
Anne Frank House.
I was very fortunate to get a ticket in the time I was here, so I have been looking forward to this for ages. Way before I even got to Amsterdam.
When you first go in, there are quotes from The Diary of Anne Frank written on the walls....and having not read the book, i can tell you - they affect you in the ...
So, I tried a novel idea for this trip...I took notes each day about my thoughts and experiences. Why did I never do this before?? It has made writing this entry so much easier!
I left home at 5:30 a.m. on Easter Sunday, never once thinking it would be difficult to get to Termini (the main train station and from which I could catch a train to the airport). The buses hadn't started running yet and there was nary a cab in sight. *Sigh* It's a 20-minute ...
... find a supermarket to stock up for the stay. Outside our new temporary home are a number of shops and businesses, so it didn't take long to shamble to one of the two local supermarkets. It very quickly became evident that shopping was another challenge, not a lot of English here, still we had that covered with Google Translate, didn't want to select baby food by mistake now did we! Back home we would have just filled the trolley with a weeks worth of essentials, trundled it out to the ...