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... definitely be reading her diary again soon.
Back out on the street and back into modern day Amsterdam, we walked across to the other side of the canal to take a photo of Anne's house, still trying to imagine 70 years ago. Brought back to the modern day by the swarm of bikes, trams and boats on the canal, we walked along the cobbled streets and through the city to see the large 'I Amsterdam' sign by the RijkMuseum. The tall painted buildings were ...
... 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 night. We all headed into town and walked past the markets and train station to get to the main jetty where the restaurant the Sea Palace was located. We had a great non-traditional dinner of Chinese and had fun swapping our secret santa presents.
We then hopped on a canal cruise which motored around Amsterdam’s canals for 2 hours with all you can drink beer and wine. I am a firm believer than no matter how cheap or free ...
We have made it to our eleventh country in exactly five months...sooo crazy!! I can't believe we've been gone for so long and that our adventure is coming to an end. Our train ends up being an hour and half late because we had to stop for an issue with a passenger. I hope it was all ok. Amsterdam is just as crazy as I remembered it from eight years ago. We set our stuff down and it's time to eat. The first thing ...
... where my uncle had lived, only a few streets away. The girl in the
bar told me that she knows my other cousin also and where she lived, she was
now 75 years old and sometime came around for a coffee. For an hour I tried to
locate her without success. I knew she was a widow and probably still carries
her husband’s name, as her maiden name
did not make sense to anyone I asked in the street .
better luck next time