Travel Blogs from The Hague, Netherlands

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The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

The Hague

A travel blog entry by budz888

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I had to head off to The Hague today to try to find the Ukrainian embassy. Just in case I want to jump across the border from Slovakia I thought it might be handy to have a visa. I got off at the wrong train station according to the directions given ...

the hague pin, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

the hague pin

A travel blog entry by elsewhere

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Little bits, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Little bits

A travel blog entry by scootergal

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... move on. However, I did not want to move on until we had somewhere to go so I spent the morning locking in accommodation in The Hague and Antwerp. We left early afternoon on the bus to the airport and a train to Den Haag. I wanted to revisit ...

White bar at The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

White bar at The Hague

A travel blog entry by cobi

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The Hague, Holland 2nd May - 6th May, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

The Hague, Holland 2nd May - 6th May

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

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... ;   Entry to Escher Museum: $12  Transport: -         Train from The Hague to Amsterdam return: $25 -         Train from The Hague to Rotterdam return $12 ...

Too Good To Me, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Too Good To Me

A travel blog entry by mrdiko

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After a car ride, 2 buses, 2 trains and a plance ride I arrived in The Hague in Holland. I came here for 1 reason and that was to see my Godfather Harry and his wife Joanne.  I havent seen them for 13 years and I had a 1 day window of opportunity to ...

Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Den Haag

A travel blog entry by pageckraker

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After our Amazing Amsterdam Adventure, it was time to begin school in Den Haag (The Hague), which is the center of government activities in The Netherlands.  Also, it is the home of the Peace Palace, home of the International Court of Justice, and ...

[Day 30], The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

[Day 30]

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity

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Art and Surf in Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Art and Surf in Den Haag

A travel blog entry by katevoss

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... I went to the Mauritshuis Museum which holds Vermeer’s ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’ painting and Rembrandts’ ‘The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicoleas Tulp’ (which we learnt on our tour, was painted in Amsterdam) as well as ...

Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Den Haag

A travel blog entry by neason

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... were working but none were open cause it was winter. got some good dutch photos then headed to rotterdam. we went to the cube houses. a famous housing development of diamond shapped houses, it was very confusing how you could pssibly live in a diamond ...

The Eyesore on Lange Voorhout, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

The Eyesore on Lange Voorhout

A travel blog entry by cattawa87

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... is an agglomeration of palaces and mansions many of which have become embassies to various countries.  The Hague may not be the capital of the Netherlands, but it is the judicial capital of the United Nations, with the United Nations International ...

van Sukosan terug naar Den Haag, Den Haag, Netherlands travel blog

van Sukosan terug naar Den Haag

A travel blog entry by annaroger

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Vandaag gaan we weer naar huis! Om 4 uur was Valerie aan het huilen onderweg naar haar toe ben ik op Roger's enkel gaan zitten, was erg pijnlijk vertelde hij, heeft niet meer geslapen en gaat om 5.30 eruit om te douchen. Om 6,30 is de koffie klaar en om ...

So hot here, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

So hot here

A travel blog entry by glitterhairdye

Wow it is freaking hot here. and all anyone is dsoing is watching the portuguese england game. ahhhhh i'm boiling. den haag was kind of boring, it was really confusing getting around but i did get to see biddenhof, the rembrandt musuem 9for free!), and ...

Excuse me sir, can i please look in your cheese?, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Excuse me sir, can i please look in your cheese?

A travel blog entry by andrew.campbell

... searched for illegal substances. HAH The first part of our Holland adventure was to be spent at Anita's cousin's apartment just east of The Hague (pronounced Den Haaa*phlegm* in the local tounge). Like a lot of Polish have done since they joined the E.U, ...

zomervakantie!, Den Haag, Nederland travel blog

zomervakantie!

A travel blog entry by sayhellootojenn

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heee! Wij gaan in de zomervakantie naar Thailand. Op 17 juli gaan we weg en we komen weer terug op 29 augustus. Dat zijn 44 dagen/ 6,5 week, bijna de hele zomervakantie dus! We gaan daar flashpacken, dat is het nieuwe backpacken haha. Dit is wat ...

THIMUN in The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

THIMUN in The Hague

A travel blog entry by cotafamily4

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... an excellent conference called MUNESCO, so good that last year we were reviewed and given a prestigious affiliation with THIMUN (The Hague International Model United Nations), being the world's first and most recognized MUN conference for high school ...

A night in The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

A night in The Hague

A travel blog entry by jkach50

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Hello all, Well, like i said we were on our way to Amsterdam, but decided to take a little detour to a city called The Hague for a night. We orginally thought the port to drop the car off  was in The Hague, but it turns our it was right near ...

Den Haag and Helen Clark, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Den Haag and Helen Clark

A travel blog entry by hachbach

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... and is also home to the International Criminal Court, among other things.  (Fun Fact:  While Amsterdam is the capital of The Netherlands, The Hague is home to the government.  I'm not sure but this might be the only country where the ...

Hospex Parties are the best !, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Hospex Parties are the best !

A travel blog entry by thorgal67

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Message from Frank Only a few more days before my trip to Lithuania, and I'm travelling again, this time to Scheveningen, the beach near The Hague. It's a short trip by car, less than 2 hours. In the back of my car are Major Phil and Andrea, two ...

Visit the city and Madurodam, Den Haag, Netherlands travel blog

Visit the city and Madurodam

A travel blog entry by joergenmaria

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A trip to the Hague, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

A trip to the Hague

A travel blog entry by msbrookstravels

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Gareth, our host here, and his wife, Joanne, were nice enough to invite us to join them on a drive to The Hague. There was an Art Deco faire in an old church that they wanted to see. The fair was fun to go to. I would have like to buy something there, ...

Going to the Hospex Spring Camp, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Going to the Hospex Spring Camp

A travel blog entry by thorgal67

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... promising : Globetrotter_tt, Cynamon, Demorganna...yes, I admit you might think they are members of a Hardrock Band ! ;-) The planning looks interesting (it's Queensday !) : Friday : Evening out - Party in Den Haag "QueensNight" Saturday ...

The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

The Hague

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj

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In 1975, I (Bruce) remember visiting The Hague which was the location for the International Court and Peace Palace. Today it was a very busy business center with a few people who seemed to be sightseeing. Due to narrow streets and scarce parking, we ...

Den Haag: Always wanted to visit Hague, The Hague: Madurodam, Netherlands travel blog

Den Haag: Always wanted to visit Hague

A travel blog entry by shareddi

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... employees.  Imagine our delight when we recognised some of the buildings we had seen in The Netherlands Magna Plaza Basilica Herengracht canal Rijksmuseum De Amsterdam Magere Burg Westerkerk Dam Square Town Hall Nieuwe Kerk ING ...

Nog 5 dagen!, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Nog 5 dagen!

A travel blog entry by ludding

Ladys and gentleman, Allereerst natuurlijk van harte welkom op mijn blog! Ben nog druk bezig er voor te zorgen dat jullie binnenkort ook zónder overal reclame te zien, rustig mijn berichtjes kunnen lezen.  Het lijkt als de dag van gister ...

Charles Taylor, Anne Frank House, & More, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Charles Taylor, Anne Frank House, & More

A travel blog entry by beccaboyer

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Last week was certainly eventful. On Wednesday we went to see the Charles Taylor hearing at The Hague. It was in closed session in order to protect the identity of the witness, so we weren't allowed to see any of the hearing. We had a 2 hour briefing ...

Journey to the Motherland, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Journey to the Motherland

A travel blog entry by schipper

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... many Dutch things my whole life, but have always been wanting to go back to the source. Though bone-chilling cold, Netherlands was awesome! We stayed in The Hague all week but were able to take a day trip to Amsterdam on Wednesday and went to the Van Gogh ...

Exploring Holland, Den Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Exploring Holland

A travel blog entry by simon_and_tess

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... drive straight to Den Hague. We found a nice corner in a mega-camp site full of dutch caravanners and got the bus into town. Den Hague couldn't be more different from Amsterdam. From the main station you emerge into an ultra-modern landscape full of ...

Charles Taylor and Chemical Weapons, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

Charles Taylor and Chemical Weapons

A travel blog entry by hachbach

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Hello again all! I know I just updated everyone the other day, but since we just came back from another trip to The Hague I figured I'd post another update. Today's official school trip was to the ICC to see the Charles Taylor trial and then to the ...

The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands travel blog

The Hague

A travel blog entry by krosell

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The last major stop of our trip through The Netherlands was a day trip to The Hague; I think that this is the first city that I have been to where there is the word, "the" in the title. Apparently this is common in France, but I found it strange. The ...

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