13 Little Blue Envelopes - Part 9: Pages 199 - 216 Summary & Analysis

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Part 9: Pages 199 - 216 Summary

Peg admits that when the cafe was finished, she felt as though she was done with Paris. She heads for Amsterdam to see a friend named Charlie, which is where she directs Ginny to go next. She is also to go to the Rijksmuseum, find Piet and ask him about the painting "The Night Watch". Ginny finds Charlie's address on Westerstraat with little trouble. She knocks and is told by the owner, Thomas, that Charlie doesn't live there. Ginny finds a hostel called The Apple which has a cafe out front that seems devoted to a Bob Marley kind of lifestyle. Her room is up three flights of the steepest stairs she has ever seen. The building is old and everything is in a state of disrepair and one look in her locker was enough to have her leaving again.

She stops in...

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