Hotel Aan Zee
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... was a perfect taste of home that we were craving. Tuesday. Weather mostly fine but showery in the afternoon. Travellers- one needs a haircut, one needs a long bike ride with a mate! Excellent sleep, so ready to go after breakfast. We had coffee in town with Catherine's distant cousin and wonderful carrot cake. Lyn had located a hairdresser across the road from the cafe, so she settled in for a MUCH needed session. Nigel and James went back to collect the bikes and ...
... a helicopter and a massive gun that the Dutch had sent to the coast of Africa to fight the pirates not too many years ago.
While the two million visitors to Amsterdam during SAIL certainly help their economy, we quickly learned to lay low and not venture out too far during this week as the streets were very crowded and it was hard to get around for all the people. Traffic on the canals ...
... tours so it got a bit boring. But the reason we had to go on this tour was that we couldn't get any pre booked tickets for the Anne Frank house and that was a month ago! And if we lined up on the day, we would have been waiting in the queue for four to five hours! So this was the only way we could get into the Anne Frank house. And we got to miss the queue, so it felt really good walking beside all the people in the queue! Once we were at the entrance we said bye to the ...
the space of 100m) and the lady at checkin was super nice as
I dumped my bag, had a shower and went to find food.
I came to a place selling coffee and asked (ok, short side
track but when I typed asked the first time it came out as
died. So it just said 'I came to a place selling ...
... knew who sold them out to the Nazis. After those years they were suddenly captured and sent to different concentration camps. The two girls nearly made it to Liberation Day, but both died of Typhus in March 1945. The concentration camp the girls were in, Bergen-Belsen, was liberated a month later. Being that close to survival, makes the story that much more unbearable. Otto Frank was the only surviver of the eight by the end of the war. One of the ...