Stayokay Den Haag
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... looks completely unique. The houses built along the canals have a really small frontage but are very deep. This is due to the tax that was imposed on buildings here. When you look up you notice that the homes have big hooks at the very top coming out of the roof. They use these even on modern houses as the staircases are really small and steep so you couldn't fit a big sofa up them easily. We watched as a man pulled a 65" TV up through the top window. It looked so easy ...
We were up very early Sunday morning to catch our flight to Amsterdam after sharing the last of our French red with Emily and Josh at their house in London. It was a very quick flight, and I was excited to arrive at the airport which was covered in sunflowers - the best kind of welcome! We had decided we needed some time out from busy cities so we booked a few nights out of Amsterdam in a well set up hostel by a lake ...
... out hotel room! The people who work here are amazing! Having to go to a hostel after this will definitely suck! I got very used to the clean bed every day, personal bathroom and shower and the cappuccino machine was amazing!! Starting to miss all my friends and family back home very much! Especially you parents... Never thought id say that!! I'm excited to set off on our next journey.. Me and Sofia are heading to Rotterdam tomorrow then we are seeing Belgium France Spain and ...
... has skills I don't know about! We continued on to Frankfurt. We sat in the nose of the ICE and watching the view through the front of the train. Driver driving hands free! We almost missed the train as they changed platforms a few minutes before the trip as the other train had a broken window. Noelene had her ear to the ground and noticed that our train was leaving n the adjacent platform. Graham almost missed the train as he didn't think we knew ...
We all woke up around .4.30am and had to entertain ourselves until 8.15am when we could have our breakfast. Caitlin got us to Anne Frank Huis which even though I had been there before is a reminder of how cruel we can be to each other. After the tour of the house there is an interactive display posing modern day questions about issues to do with discrimination, freedom of religion, speech and so on and asking visitors for their views. it was a good way to get you ...