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... goes for 10 days but I only went for one day because I am only finding activities for school groups to complete.
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... it even though we only had a few hours there. We drove in and misjudged where the central Dom was and ended up walking a lot further than expected. However, by doing this, we discovered the local food of Printen a local gingerbread and also found a Belgian chocolate shop. (We were right on the border of Germany and Belgium). We finally made it to the Dom just as the rain started to come down. As usual ...
... the pictures that Anne had on the wall of her bedroom. They even have the actual diary on display in a glass cabinet. It was such a moving experience to be in there and seeing where all those poor people were trapped for such a long time. Now for those of you who don't know who Anne Frank is, you must get the 'experts' of the class to fill you in. On my way back to the hostel I accidentally walked into a memorial service in one of the large city squares. It was a ...
... to my terminal and just went in. I just had 22 kilos. I had to laugh because I really worried about that. In front of the gate, I listened to music and literally just waited for the boarding to start. Taking my last step on Australian ground was horrible. But I survived... I was sitting in between a guy and an elderly Indonesian woman not understanding English at all. That was a little bit complicated when I wanted to get up :D. After having watched 3 movies, having ...
On Saturday we enjoyed spending some time in Masstricht, just walking around this historical city, which dates from the times of the Romans. In places, parts of the original city walls and fortifications are still present. The afternoon saw us take a relaxing cruise on the River Maas (from whence Maastricht has derived its name). ...