The main reason I went to Amsterdam was not to visit the ladies of scarlet or smoke the local horticulture but to see the world famous Museum Vrolik. These are only the specimens on public display as no photography is allowed in the museum itself. I cannot recommend highly enough a visit to this place as the specimens are unique.
The history behind the Dutch SS operated concentration camp - Kamp Vught. The history behind the poignant Jewish Memorial, the disaster that was Cell 115 and the killing yard.
A skull on the gates of Bruges serves as permanent reminder of how traitors will be dealt with.
An interesting history into the name of one the streets in the world famous Red Light district of Amsterdam.
On the 29th of March, The Other Side Paranormal Group will be hosting a ghost hunt at none other than Warwick Castle, one of the oldest castles still remaining to date. Standing proud for centuries and surviving through the plague, numerous wars, fire and family feuds the walls of this castle are surely to have absorbed... Continue Reading →