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... Frank hid from the occupying Nazi's for two years before eventually getting caught.
Later that evening we went on the canal cruise.
The dutch are are very tall people with the average height of a male over 6ft. I have felt very tall in some countries but felt short in Amsterdam.
... cities) has a huge cathedral in the central square and many old buildings. . .but, oh my, thousands of bicycles. As a matter of fact, parking lots for the bicycles are bigger than those for cars.
Frank witnessed a woman pedaling her bicycle in the middle of a group of about 50 bikers while she was "texting".. As a result there was a near 'wipe-out' of the 50. Needless to say there was an uproar from the group with words that are unprintable..
... the bicycles and the trams. However, as I had quite a big and heavy rucksack, I decided to jump on a canal boat bus to have a nice relaxing ride around Amsterdam's canals to see the houses from the water. Wow! What can I say? The architecture in the city is amazing and like nothing I've ever really seen in a very long time. It is so beautiful. Apparently you won't find any really tall buildings in Amsterdam. That's because the ground is really soft and all the buildings ...
... low and behold we found the IJ-Hallen Flea Markets, which are a market held every month in a very old warehouse formally used for NDSM ship building, over the other side of the harbour - with over 700 stalls. Perfect! Elle needs a raincoat and Paul and I both need gumboots. We were getting a little sick of having wet shoes every single day, especially in the cold weather. A perfect recipe for a cold. So after a delicious home cooked breakfast of mushrooms, spinach and olives ...
... in Dam Square, the Times Square of Amsterdam, and quickly leaves that behind as you wander narrow streets, canals, and view cabled homes, all with their own unique charm. All the homes were built on a slight angle outward. The only way they could bring large and heavy items into the homes was to hoist it up through an open window. As the homes were slightly angled, it prevented hoisted items from banging against the ...