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... that perhaps many other people have seen this movie also and it was pretty packed but all the same it was a very picturesque city. We stayed at a B&B just out of the Old Town which was a decent place with some great hosts and breakfast. Of course, while in Belgium we sampled the chocolates and beers - Christine even drank her first full beer but it did taste like peach so whether that achievement counts is questionable (plus still waiting on her ...
... then, they also still have some original pieces there such as the moveable bookcase built to hide the entrance to where they were hiding & pictures Anne had glued to the walls to decorate her room. Such a special place. We then decided to head off in search of a historic market, but on the way there we stumbled across one of the 3 palaces used by the Dutch royal family. When we started to look around it was clear that it was ...
I had a very relaxing week back in The Hague, enjoying some home cooked meals, catching up on a number of housekeeping tasks and spending evenings and the weekend with Anna. The weather was definitely not as I had left it and very Melbourne like, with 4 seasons on any given day so there was not a lot of incentive to brave the outdoors, but I managed to catch up on a lot of sleep, spend endless hours on the phone to call centres dealing ...
... of the guys still left in Amsterdam before seeing what the line for the Anne Frank Museum was like. People wait in line for about 3 hours usually.
When we arrived at 8:00 a clerk said the line would be 1.5 hours and the museum closes at 10 and takes 1 hour to complete so we would not have time to do it. The line however made great haste and we made it in at exactly 9pm. It worked perfectly and made it out just as it closed.
The museum is ...
... we were to meet Maarten. Well when we arrived at the Central Station, we took out our email from Maarten (with his picture) – and realized that we were to meet him at the other station – horrors!! Well off we went to the platform for the train that would whisk us there in a couple of minutes – only to find the train starting its slow departure from the station (horrors, again!)