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... walk down the street again.
We toured the entire annex, Josie reading everything and really focusing on what had happened. The highlight for all of us was seeing her diary, her actual diary from which her book was made. Her handwriting was so precise and perfect and small. What a treasure that was saved for the world.
The museum does a wonderful job of capturing Anne and her thoughts. We could have spent more time than the 45 minutes we had, ...
... unusual staircases from several different canal houses.
We had a walking tour set up for the afternoon, so we stopped for a Grolesch beer in a sidewalk cafe and enjoyed the warm sunshine. We picked a shady spot, but the Dutch don't see much sun, so they were out in their short shorts, sitting in the sun while it was available!
We strolled across the street to visit the Behijnhof, an enclosed community of homes where single women have ...
... Heineken is throughout the world. You can get it anywhere in Europe, South America, and the U.S. along with many other places.
Again, Amsterdam is unlike any other place I have been to because they do not have their own cuisine, except french fries. The food was still good, it just wasn't necessarily authentic, since we ate at a Mexican Restaurant and the Hard Rock Cafe. Also, another thing about Amsterdam is how seriously they take ...
This morning we are still Cruising the Rhine towards Amsterdam, this was our last day of cruising - a little sad :( By 2pm we were docked and aboard the a bus for our City Tour. We walked through some of Amsterdam not knowing which would hurt us first, the cars, trams, bicycles, motorbikes/mopeds, buses or just the crush of people. Apparently the shops have only just started opening on a Sunday so everyone decides to come out making it hard ...
... for a GPS in the rental car. Luckily The Botel pretty much stands out so when we got close we knew where to go.
We went to the Central (train, boat, tram, bus, etc.) Station and got oriented with transportation and the sights we wanted to see; Anne Frank's House & hiding place, The Van Gough Museum and the Heineken Experience.
We opted for the day long canal boat for the next day and headed to the Van Gough Museum bright and ...