Amsterdam Journals


An April 1992 trip to Amsterdam by panda2

Quote: Amsterdam is picturesque, but space is very tight.

The Anne Frank House and Museum

Attraction | "Anne Frank House"

Anne Frank House was the place Ann and her family members hid from Nazi persecution. They occupied it in 1940 by hiding in the back annex of this house that was accessed through a bookcase. Anne Frank kept a diary of her daily life in fear of being discovered. She was helped by others, but in the end, was betrayed. Open: daily (September 2 to March 28) 9am to 7pm, (March 29 to September 1) 9am to 9pm Last admittance: 30 minutes prior to closing.Closed on Yom Kippur.Steep stairways not accessible to those with mobility problems.Trams: no. 13 or 17...Read More

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The Anne Frank House and Museum
Prinsengracht 267
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1016 GV
+31 20 556 71 00

AMS-Schiphol Airport From Amsterdam city center, drive southwest, take the A10 Amsterdam ring road, join the A4 road towards Schiphol, turn left onto E19, and then go for about 16km, turning into AMS Schiphol International Airport. There are restaurants, shops, and Internet access. One of the delicacies I buy for a friend is goose liver in cans. Shower service is available in Hotel Mercure, as well as on the first floor of Lounge 3 in the 24-hour security area for ticketed passengers. Cost is 12.50€. The number for the Hote...Read More

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