Last Day In Holland

Published: May 16th 2014
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The day began again with a continental breakfast in the B & B before heading to the train station to catch the train to Amsterdam.

We went first to the Anne Frank museum,which was interesting but very busy. The house is preserved so it is as close to how it was in the time she was there. It took around an hour queuing to get in and then around a hour to look around the house. There is a lot of interesting information throughout and some extra knowledge of her story. There are video clips and interviews with her father in the exhibit. Visitors can walk through the bookcase and experience the space the family had to hide in for two years.

We left the house and had lunch in a bakery. The atmosphere of the city wasn't grabbing us and the other attractions were expensive so we got the train back to Hoorn. We grabbed a takeaway pizza,bought some stroopwafels from the supermarket,said bye to our friends and headed back to the B & B for our last night in the Netherlands.


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