The Times Hotel
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... 21644;荷兰语 8750;常相近， 33655;兰人的英& #35821;程度很高 。
Like Venice, the Netherlands has been facing the demands of survival because 25 percent of its lands are below sea level by 7 meters. So building dams becomes the primary task to protect the nation from extinction. Clogs and windmills are traditional products of the Dutch and they are related to the country's ...
... imagining and taking in the atrocity.
Amsterdam has thousands of bicycles. Bicycles have special places on the buses and the ferries. They have their own lanes on all the streets and have their own garages for the commuters. The cars are regulated by the street lights but watch out for the bike lanes! The bikes have the right of way and whiz by you on the streets and on the gangplanks for the ferries.
Dinner? Tonight was ...
... only one who survived in Anne's family. The only original names in the diary were the family names.
We drove through the River Street where Maude and Anne lived as children. The building behind Anne Frank's statue was the tallest skyscraper in Amsterdam when Maude was a little girl. It is 12 stories above ground and 12 stories below ground. The next picture if the apartments is where Maude lived as a child after the war before she came to ...
... As the day went on it got colder and colder so after exploring the chilly streets of Amsterdam (mostly because I had no idea where I was) I decided to call it an early night (still past midnight) to catch up on some VERY much needed sleep. Tomorrow I'll hopefully be able to do most of the tours that I want to! We shall ...
... all figured out?
I've never been so close to being hit by so many moving things at once in my entire life. To start, there is the street. For cars and stuff. But not just for cars. Also for the tram that runs through the city. Well, that can't be too bad. There's some tracks, the tram goes on there, if there's no tram, no problem.
Turns out buses and all sorts of vehicles ...