Tulip Inn Hilversum
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... great to hear her family story in antiques and how she collects and displays. The highlight for Kelly was not seeing my gold oroton bag of the 1960's, rather her new tulip bag prominently on display as a leading Dutch creation!! Don't forget to ask her how much!! A short walk to Rembrandt Square that is surrounded by bars/restaurants and a much needed Heineken or two was enjoyed, people watching and inhaling their local product, great atmosphere and nice ...
... ferry so we turned left. We found a pub in a converted barge and sat outside and watched the scene go by. It started to rain and we felt very good about our decision to just sit; the area did not look like it had alot to offer. When we saw a ferry heading our way we made our escape and happily this ship was more empty.
-we tried to walk home but the rain started to pour so we bailed and took the metro.
We knew that the previous game had been shown to ~ 200,000 fans at the Museumplein - a large space adjacent to some of Amsterdam's most famous museums. So we dash there from our windmill in Abcoude----and, circling round and round the neighbourhood, it becomes painfully obvious that there is NO soccer game viewing happening there. We started to wonder if it was cancelled due to the mildly rainy weather, but then see a few young men decked head-to-toe in ...
... girl she was. He goes on to say that no parent truly knows how intelligent their children are until it's too late. This was so sad but I could tell that Otto Frank had come to terms with what had happened because he was left with the gift of his daughters thoughts. It was an amazing experience and one of the best museums I've been to.
Overall Amsterdam was amazing and I would love to go back and see the country side. I know ...
... survivor was Otto, Ann's father who died in 1980.
We then continued walking around the canals and little cobbled streets, with bikes speeding in every direction. We came to Dam square which was formed in the 13th century when the river was dammed. We saw The Royal Palace and the Nieuwe Kerk dating from 1408 which are on the square. The Nieuwe ...