Stayokay Den Haag
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The tour included the shopping district of Kalverstraat, the Hidden Church of Peter and Paul, the Amsterdam Museum courtyard, and the city's oldest house, built in 1477 After the excellent walking tour, we ate lunch on the top floor of the swankiest department store in Amsterdam, de Bijenkorf. It overlooks Dam Square which contains the National Onument obelisk built to commemorate WWII. Since it was Easter weekend, a giant carnival ...
... of pedestrians began to cross the road ahead of me but suddenly they were playing dodgems with these bicycles which all came along each side of me and simply just ignore the red and head on through every gap possible between the rightful pedestrians!! Not only was it bicycles but scooters and mopeds were doing the same thing!!
I sat there at the red with cars behind me wondering, does red not mean stop in this city?? Just then a girl on a moped pulled alongside me and stopped just as ...
... in), beer and Dutch pancakes, which are small pancakes that you put on a special griddle. I was surprisingly good at flipping them, which I credited to my childhood adoration for "mini pancakes" :) The festival also has a shows, mainly of smaller Dutch performers including comedians, dancers and other circus type entertainment. We went to the only English speaking show, which was a a 20 minute skit called "The Ruycken Project", which was a satirical, one-man show by an actor ...
... laughing about accents and getting a bit lost. When we got to the restaurant, it was shut.. At 8.30pm. A bit early! We carried on walking and found an Italian pizza restaurant called La Perla. Staff were so friendly, joking around and joining in with singing and the pizza was delicious.. Highly recommended. We even tried fermented juice which was lovely. The four of us sat discussing everything from accents to politics before reading back to the ...
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I asked one of the stewards in the interval if I could take some photos of the concert hall and was told I could even take some during the concert as long as I didn't use flash (which my iPad doesn't have) and wasn't too obvious about it. The 2nd half started with Mozart's Violin Concerto No 2 in D an I managed to take a video of the entire first movement! Sadly the file is too big to upload here, but I will try and find an ...