Ambassade Arena Art'Otel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from The Hague
Today, I went to Den Haag (The Hague). The Hague is about an hour away from Amsterdam. Den Haag is the third largest city in Amsterdam and is the seat of the Dutch government. The Hague was heavily damaged during WWII. At one point, after the war, Den Haag was the largest building site in Europe.
We started out walking around Binnenhof. Binnenhof is a 13th century Gothic castle. This complex served as a seat of Dutch government off and on until 1992. The Ridderzaal is the ...
... the doors were closed and locked. There were four of us trying to get on to this train – but the doors wouldn’t open – even a kind woman couldn’t open them from the inside. (This is very unusual, because the doors generally do not close until an instant before the train pulls out.) This seemed to be our day to miss trains by seconds!!
This was a good excuse to get a sandwich ...
It was a perfect day, the roads were quiet and our 15 min journey to North Shields Ferry Terminal was accomplished easily. After checking in, it was obvious that this was Biker Central with loads of, mainly older bikers (and their chicks) returning to Europe. Amazingly, there were also some pedal cyclists and a string of VW campervans.
With the assistance of a friendly "jobsworth" who seemed to be loading the ship ...
... the history of Amsterdam, the water ways, making and living in the houses - I never realised the Dutch where so clever lol. Riding over over all the canals and the type of bikes they have here has really made my trip. After we found ourselves in an Irish bar watching the semi-finals of Wimbledon (actually not my idea - honest!!!!). We met some guys over from Scotland on a stag do who provided all the amusement for the evening with their stoned/drunk antics. After ...
Well, today was not something we prepared for - any of us. It started out great, we slept in a bit and decided to go to Den Haag (The Hague). We boarded the train and rode for an hour and half, transferring once in Utrecht. The train ride was beautiful, it rained the entire time and all colors seemed a shade more intense. There were large green pastures with cows and sheep, bright graffiti along the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting