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Awesome, friendly, close to the beach
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Soo after settling in the Netherlands... The last few weeks have been quite eventful.. Starting off with mysteryland. So mysteryland is one of Hollands big dance festivals. Held in haarlemmermeer. Just down the road from coaches place :). It attracts over 60,000 plus people and is massive..!! One part of the festival is on one side of the highway …
... in your memories, you're very good at just kind of editing them out (or at least I am). We've had all sorts of trouble traveling, from a flat tire in Greece, to having our rental car hit while parked on the street by a drunk driver (they actually hit the car behind us; we weren't too badly damaged), and other similar escapades, and while they seem like big nuisances at the time, they just kind of fade into the background.
... Dutch man and you could tell that by his long blonde hair and height. He seemed to know the city inside out and gave us a history lesson for 3 hours which I really enjoyed but poor Eli was struggling by the end!! We learnt something we didn't know when he told us that New York or New Amsterdam as it was known was bought for $24, imagine that, nowadays you couldn't even get a Starbucks and a brownie for that! Due to its Dutch roots, lots of places in New York actually derive ...
... from around the world in attendance! Our delegate had the country of....yup...THAILAND! So needless to say, we rocked the house.
While there, I had little free time but it was enough to convince me that I DEFINITELY will be coming back to the Netherlands soon. For those who do not know, my heritage is Dutch with all of my great-grandparents coming to Holland, Michigan area from the North country of the Netherlands. I have seen so many Dutch things ...
Most people remember reading The Diary of a Young Girl as a child. Most never expect to step foot in Anne Frank's very own "Secret Annexe". I had the chance to do so the other day after walking around Amsterdam. As I moved from one room to the next at the exhibition's start, there were only quotes from her diary jumping out from the stark walls. The rooms were left empty of furniture but had photographs of what the warehouse ...