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Crazy night at the Hotel Adornes. Did we mention it was hot? Did we mention that the hotel, as most places in Belgium, did not have air conditioning? Well take a very warm night, add a hotel full of guests using fans on full speed and what do you get? A blown fuse.
Around 1:00 a.m. our fan went out. A little after that we had a knock on our door from Natalie, our always impeccably dressed (even at 1:00 a.m. in the morning) hotelier, asking if we had ...
... used by adults to get to work. Everywhere ladies and men of all ages are pumping high speed bikes in reserved lanes. You do not walk in or across these lanes
for fear of crashing into a bike. I guess they are traveling 20 plus miles per hour, and they do not stop for you as they have the right of way. They bike in from the suburbs, and park in one of thousands of bike parks. In addition to the ...
... ve both bought the book "the story of Anne Frank" so we'll just have to read about it instead. We got the bus back to the hotel and had pasta for dinner. Starting to feel pretty tired by now. Back to our room to squeeze our suitcases shut! Early start again tomorrow. Off to Munich. I must say, we've both really liked Amsterdam and what we've seen of Holland. Very picturesque countryside and very nice, friendly and helpful people. And even though you ...
... he'd also given us the bill, ouch! So, game on, all we had to do was drive the five hours to Amsterdam, find the car park we'd booked, walk the half an hour from the car park to the office to pick up the keys and the walk the half an hour to the apartment once we had the keys. No problem, we crawled into bed just before midnight. Friday March 20th Arriving in Amsterdam last night had been crazy as it was just so ******n busy. The roads were busy even on the outskirts and once ...
Amsterdam is a beautiful city with a long history. Today we started off
at the Anne Frank House. (Tip we used: Buy tickets online- you get to skip the
long queue of people waiting over an hour in the rain and cold and just walk
straight in). The warehouse and offices showcase the history of Anne’s diary
and the lead up to the eight people hiding in her father’s business. The rooms
in the annexe they lived in ...