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... who had save many of their photos, books and papers, did he find Anne's diary. After that, My Amsterdam pass provided me with a free canal boat ride and they're covered so I stayed dry doing that for another hour. The rain kept coming down and there just wasn't much opportunity for photos on a day like today. A late big lunch and I am wet and cold. I don't think the temperature got above 58 all day. Well back to the hotel and warm up. Start packing for the flight to Copenhagen ...
... We got tickets looking like pros and see there a train goes in another 10 minutes – perfect
What’s to know about Amsterdam’s History?
- The first settlements were built on mad-made mounds high enough to protect from flood water
- It became soon a port for trade and handling beer from Hamburg – wooden support ...
... to see more of the city by boat. At the Heineken Brewery, Dylan and my dad hopped of and went to the Heineken Experience. My mom and I stayed on for one more stop and walked through the ground near the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum where the I AMSTERDAM sign sits. Then we all met back up in Rembrantplein for dinner and the train ride back to The ...
... devises. Our plan was to go to Arnhem to visit the Airborne Museum. A museum set up to show what was experienced during ' The Battle of Arnhem' and the plight of the people of Arnhem in 1944-1945 when the Allied forces tried to take the bridge over the Rhine to stop the enemy, and thus allow their forces to cross it. This was called 'Operation Market Garden' and the story was told in the movie 'A Bridge To Far Away'. Well we negotiated the train ticket ...
... 8217;s fat….go figure. I’m sure it was like this before, but I guess I forgot. The guide book says there’s almost a million bikes in the Netherlands. I can believe it. But we have no idea where they buy their bikes or get them serviced. We only saw a couple of bike shops, and they sold traditional road-style bikes with name brands I’m used to seeing. All the bikes the locals ride are more like urban beach cruisers. I remember having a conversation ...