No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... and did a bus tour of the countryside which was lovely. We went to a cheese and clog factory where they did a demonstration on how they are made. The clog was calved using an old wood cutter and saw blade and they all wore traditional clothes, it was cool to see the authentic Dutch thing. The Netherlands really is a beautiful country and it saddens the people that tourists only come for marijuana. Next I ...
... we were there, one of our group had
all her money stolen in the cathedral whilst she was lighting a
candle. This was after no end of lectures from our guide so we are
all now on high alert.
quick bite to eat at Cologne then back on to the coach. Next stop
just a little one. A view of the Rhine valley. Fabulous. Then on
through pretty villages to go on board a boat for cruise up the
Rhine. This was so good. Castle after castle, ...
... for a specific time to enter the museum. There is a special door for entering with this type of ticket. The line for regular entry was huge.
The tour of the Anne Frank house was so well done. The tour is self guided. Each display is in English, as well as several other languages. There is a very reverent feeling in the museum. Very little talking as each person walks thru this piece of ...
... but what amazing work. I never tire of looking at it.
Wandered home with a short stop at Café Brecht, a sweet little boho Berlin feeling place. I enjoyed a cool drink called a “Hugo” (elderflower syrup, prosecco, fresh mint and lemon, plus a couple of rare ice cubes) and listened to the conversations around me. Young people, so most of the conversations were about heartbreak and love. The never-changing story; I’ll bet Brecht and some of his ...
We had to wake up super early at 8AM (yes, this is early for college kids), and we headed to the Anne Frank House. This was single-handedly the most powerful museum I've ever been to and is a must-see if you are ever in Amsterdam. Although I visited several concentration camps and Stasi prisons, nothing felt more personal and sadder than the personal story of Anne Frank ...