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... it's entrance/exit. The staircases were the narrowest steps Ness & I have ever walked up. The windows were blacked out in the annexe rooms and it was sad to think of them having to walk up there and hide away in the dark with no fresh air or light, especially when we came to the opening of the attic, which was open for us to view from the passageway below, and this was the only chance the children got to get a little daylight by coming up and viewing ...
... map in hand, thanks to a kind ticket agent at the station – and found our B&B (Malts Hotel) over one of the thousands of coffee shops in the area. Our proprietors are delightful and gave us the lay of the land.
But, we desperately needed to recline to rest (after an overnight sitting in a very small and uncomfortable airline seat). So about an hour later, we took off to explore the center of Haarlem – and it is delightful, ...
... were getting hungry and found a local pancake house to have a late lunch. They were like giant savour crepes topped with goodness like ham and cheese or mushrooms and cheese to name a few. For a sweet treat we had poffitjies which was little balls of pancakes covered in sugar and butter.
Satisfied we headed off and went to Anne Frank’s house. I wasn’t fussed initially in doing it but so glad we did go in the end. Was ...
... back to the hostel and just chilled out for awhile. Later in the evening, we signed up to do a night canal cruise. We did the Heineken one of course, so it was a booze cruise as well. We went through the canals and learned a bit of history about Amsterdam. When the cruise was over, we walked around the red light district. I really want to talk to one of the girls and find out if she does this willingly, likes ...
... Dutch master, however not many people
know it is the face of my uncle, my mother’s brother and my cousin.
“Do you know them?” the girl asked. “I have
never seen you here before”, she continued.
“that’s right” I said, and continued to tell her that the man in the
middle of the picture was my uncle flanked by his his son and grandson.
It had been a very long time, a ...
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Oude Stad, Haarlem | 2 star hotelfrom $121
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