Stayokay Den Haag
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... with 3 different cheeses for us to munch on later, red pesto Gouda, chilli Gouda and cumin seed Gouda delicious, tomorrow's lunch maybe? For dinner we decided to try out the Hard Rock Cafe as neither of us have been to one before. That was a good experience, good music, fun atmosphere & the meals were massive! Only bummer was we both forgot to take any photo taking devices so no pics :( might have to walk past tomorrow to take ...
... our stuff and head to the station. We're glad we came here but also glad it was just for a day. Everything's broken! The elevator in our hotel is the only working one we've seen and other than one escalator in a metro station all of the rest of those were broken as well. There's also lots of homeless people. I dunno...we just haven't seen a compelling reason to come back and felt that our day was just long enough. I guess that's a good thing! Our ...
Our hotel is near many museums, so we have been visiting the main attractions during this first day and a half in the city. The Rijksmuseum is the national showcase for the masters of the Dutch Golden Age, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Franz Hals, and Jan Steen. One climbs the stairs to a grand entry hall full of historical murals and stained glass. If you saw the photos of Barack Obama speaking to the G7 last week - standing in front of Rembrandt's "The Night ...
... axis. When the Protestants took over this church from the Catholics in the Reformation, they painted over the wall frescos white, and broke statues and iconoclastically removed all the bling the "Pope's Folks" are famous for. Protestants of the time were more vanilla. Another interesting bit is the original sandstone spire made the Church sink so they replaced it with a lighter wood and browse one and used the stone spire on a nearby newer church. Recycling at it's holiest. ...
I think I've now hit my culture shock in Amsterdam! It's so crazy that thing that aren't allowed in Australia, or are frowned upon, are legal in Amsterdam and everyone is keen for a go! We started our Amsterdam adventure by going to a live sex show which was really really strange. You really didn't know where to look! I can honestly say I'm glad I went because let's face it, I am ...