After an emotional visit to the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, you are likely to become what we call, verklempt. Climbing up to the attic where the Holocaust victim hid for months on end inspires no joke claustrophobia. As one of the most popular -- and important, I dare say -- tourist attractions in Europe, most of the time you'll find yourself crowded in the tiny rooms. Seeing Anne's actual handwriting, looking at photos and video interviews, reading about the horrific struggles of Amsterdam's Jews during WWII, would take its toll on anybody not made of stone. Here are some ideas on how to revive yourself, so that you can continue sightseeing in Amsterdam. The city does warn against pickpockets on Prinsengracht ("Prince's Canal") right by the Anne Frank House, which all of these places are on. Disturbingly, the lady in the picture kinda looks like me, when I'm sightseeing. Just be careful and don't let strangers get too close.
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