Golden Tulip Zoetermeer Centre
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... substances came from the thousands of people that were in the area. It turns out the Brits travel by ferry across the channel and shop in Amsterdam for the day. Then they hop back on the ferry overnight and toddle home. After watching an engaging, giant size game of chess in a random square we headed off for a fun dinner at Hard Rock. We left the giant chess game after some drunked, local morons had a go at Cal and I labelling us as American tourists. This all came about due to ...
... realised that I wasn't very good at deciphering foreign language labels-with the first sip of my coffee, I realised something was very wrong-it appeared that I had bought butter milk. Then while eating my home made vege stew later in the evening, we discovered the tomato soup was also full of pork meatballs-not a favourite for a vegetarian family!
We headed out of Brugge the next morning. As we were leaving, the host's mother presented us with a bag full ...
... toys/books, homemade food/lemonade and performing for the public.
I rode on a small boat through the canals at lunchtime. It was fabulous, the streets and canals were full of orange festive makers. Quite a few boats had sound systems at full blast and the passengers were dancing as they sailed past.
We picked up another passenger and her dog ...
... in line at the Anne Frank House. Our guide told us a lot about her and WWII and highly recommended going to the museum. I'm really glad we went. So Anne and her family came to Amsterdam like many other Jews at the time to escape the war. The Dutch accepted them and when the war escalated they protested and stood up for them. Many Dutch even died doing this. This goes back to how proud the Dutch are of their tolerance. So Anne's father moved his family to Amsterdam so he ...
... for a while (the price for not getting up early) but it was well worth it. It was incredibly strange being in all the same places and having the hindsight of what was to happen as you read the diary extracts. As expected the rooms were tiny and dark, the staircases steep and the facts of their lives, harrowing. Definitely somewhere everyone should visit.
We journeyed further into the city, stopping for a cheese tasting session and lunch on a canal ...