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... stop tour so we couldn't study each one. One thing I did notice though was all the carpets were really hard to identify which country was which.... All but one... You guessed it the USA has it's flag decorating its square. I was shocked that in Amsterdam people didn't have last names until the 18th century. Bonaparte declared that everyone had to have a surname so that is why a lot of Dutch people have silly last names... Or that's what they say at least! Kor informed us ...
... also in hiding). This was one of the trip highlights for Pam, as she read Anne's diary when she was ten. The museum was beautifully laid out, with many original photographs, quotes from Anne's writings, multimedia videos & interview footage, the original bookcase that disguised the entrance to their hiding spot, and Anne's actual Diary. Anne's father was the only one of the eight who survived the concentration camps and he has made it his mission to ensure their ...
... The day/night ended pretty quickly after that as the two grandmas (Renata and me) passed out & the other two party animals continued to have dinner & drinks with Australians guys they met at a pub. Day 2: Adventures consisted of doing all the touristy stuff. We began with the most popular attraction in Paris - the Eiffel Tower. Emma and Renata decided to stay on the middle level while Kim and I faced our fear of heights and charged to the top ...
... there are the Coffee Shops and Red Light districts - are we over-regulated in Canada?
Happy 76th birthday, Mom! Wishes coming to you from Holland today.
Here are some final thoughts on Brussels:
- population 1.1Million
- yesterday while in the EU area, we went into the "Parliamentarium" which is an interactive museum explaining the EU with 360 degree projections and virtual screens. All very modern/futuristic like a scene from Star Trek
- Today we took the Tram (subway) to our bus connection ...