Ambassade Arena Art'Otel
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I dropped my toothbrush down the toilet this morning, and that's not my only first world problem. This hostel has 0.02 Meg Wifi, and I found a whole shop full of cowboy boots I really want but they only go up to a size 12. On the plus side, the weather is nice again, and The Hague is a beautiful city, ...
Had a bit of a sleep in this morning, we needed it, it's been a big week! Had breakfast around 9.30am at the hotel. It was really nice food so we were good to go for the day. Fist stop was the Van Gogh Museum where about 90% of Van Gogh's paintings are held, plus some from his fiends and mentors. We both found it really interesting to see the work that went into the paintings, and to see the changes in his use of colour and ...
... out. We all had an innocent, albeit foggy, evening and then walked back to Victoria's flat where we ended the night bonding over ginger tea before Andrea insisted on leaving, against our better judgement. Not before she found my shower cap and proudly modeled it for us though... Victoria and I went to sleep, or more accurately, passed out, and didn't speak again until noon the next day. As she keeps reminding me, "You're on holiday!" And she's ...
... ever been to - the location in the botanic gardens was really beautiful, the crowd was generally older and really chilled, the organisation was brilliant and, in addition to the bands, the gardens were dotted with science exhibitions and experiments, comedians and great little nocks and crannies where you could escape the crowds. The Jezabels were fantastic and we spent a really great few hours listening to music, exploring the exhibits and gardens, ...
... Van Gogh's brother Theo, an art dealer in Paris. The paintings are arranged in mostly chronological order, so it is an instructive walk through the artist's development. I really, really liked this museum. Since the modern art museum is next door, we spent a little time there also. The focus is on Dutch artists. I know little about modern art, so am always thinking of the question, "What makes it art?" Nevertheless, it was interesting and I am glad we ...