I had recently read Corrie's book and knew that I wanted to go to the house on my trip to Amsterdam. Standing by that green door waiting for the tour to begin was surreal. The same door that Corrie and her family went in and out of. The same door where Jews came in and out. And the same door that the Nazis came and took them from. The tour is done well. It was amazing to see family pictures and picture what life was like. I was amazed at how narrow the staircases were and often wondered how the Jews that stayed there managed to get up them so quickly to hide. Seeing Corrie's room and the hiding place itself is clearly the highlight. It's inspiring to see what one person can do to help others. If there's any way that you can make it to Haarlem on your trip to Amsterdam, this place is a must!
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