This year, I basically traveled around the world with trips to Malaysia and Europe. Since my wife and I are now 'empty nesters' we plan to do much more traveling over the next several years.
The Anne Frank House is a must see if you visit the city. It is a solemn and sobering experience, and one that is difficult to fully describe. Just seeing the small place where these two families lived and hid, places you in the center of a pivital part of our history.
As most reviewers will tell you - lines can be long so plan to arrive early or late inthe day - or better yet make sure to purchase your tickets in advance.