Rembrandt Square Hotel
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... sideways. I had a 12:00 reserved time and they let us in a separate door early so to stay dry. What can you say about this story of 8 people living in seclusion and fear for almost 25 months before being discovered. First of all, it wasn't the Frank house they hid in, it was the business location for Otto Frank. Recorded interviews of people that knew the Franks and Anne were quite moving. Only the father, Otto Frank survived the camps. Upon his return when the war ended did ...
Arriving in Europe
Coming down – a huge lineup waited at the passport check – **** Paul doesn't has an EU passport: so we wait but it still went very fast. And since we had priority luggage – we arrived at the carousel and our nice ocean-colored suitcases are there
With the train to Amsterdam ...
Day 3: In Amsterdam, I first wanted my parents to experience the Anne Frank House to see what it was like standing in the attic that Anne Frank hid in for several years. While Dylan stood in line for us, I brought them over to the Cheese Museum and Tulip Museum and then along some canals before returning to the line. After the Ann Frank House, we hopped on a ...
Firstly this morning we met up with Jeanette & Paul, for breakfast. After 17 days together, today we were each going our own way for the final couple of weeks of our holidays. It was quite sad actually, as it has been great having company to travel with and we have all got along really well. With breakfast behind us and our farewells over, Rob and I headed to the station. Today was the day we had to navigate our way, with no tour organised, and left to ...
... where we encountered a queue as long as the one earlier in the day! But we endured the 45-minute wait, started our tour around 7:30, and spent the next hour clambering up several flights of narrow, wooden staircases to view the rooms where Anne (and seven other Jews) remained hidden from German occupiers for 25 months during World War II.
Although the rooms where they lived while hiding are now stark and unfurnished, there are many mementoes on display, ...