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... in search of a cuppa joe but the place we ended up in was delicious. The Anne Frank House was next on our list and after spending just over an hour standing in line for it, it was an amazing experience. The house has been preserved so well, although does not have any furniture in it as Otto Frank wanted it left empty in memory of all that was lost in the Holocaust. The house is 3 stories and the area where the 8 people were hiding was bigger than I imagined although was ...
... east was also bought under the control of the Dutch East India Company. When Britain saw how rich and powerful the Dutch were becoming, Queen Elizabeth 1 sent her own explorers forth to grab some of this trans Atlantic trade.
Like most of Northern Europe, the centuries fell into a pattern… invasion by Napolean followed by kicking the french out, followed by a period of peace and prosperity until Hitler decided to unleash hell. Amsterdam and Holland ...
... mention his name if we had any issues).
Dad was only able to tour the main floor of the museum, as the stairs in the house are a lot more like ladders than stairs. While the rest of us toured the house, we set Dad up with his breakfast in the cafe in the museum. This worked out well, as he did not really want to tour much of it because of how the Franks were treated after being captured by the Nazis.
Touring the house ...
... is women's tennis as he gets to watch them run around in skimpy outfits and grunt, to be clear he was incredibly serious about this. I think all the girls at the table felt slightly awkward after that conversation. Reading into the vibe our guide realized he needed to change the conversation so he asked the mid 30's german guy who was on our trip with his wife what he does for a living, turns out he coaches professional women's tennis. It was hilarious, nothing better could have followed ...
... It was kind of cool because you learn about the history of the company, see the old machinery, they explain the brewing process, you get a taste testing, a few more promotional things, and finish in a mini bar with a DJ, loud music and people just hangout. Here, we get to trade in some of the pins on our wristbands for 2 beers. Kind of cool!
After the tour I headed to the famous "I am Amsterdam" structure and headed downtown to ...
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