Ambassade Arena Art'Otel
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So after setting myself up for the most organized travel of my life thus far (I'm growing up) we get to the airport checkin desk to discover that moms passport has expired.... Needless to say, I hopped on that flight solo. After ten hours and no sleep, I arrived in rainy & windy Amsterdam. Was able to take the train from the airport to city …
... amount of retro gear being carried in commercial stores in this continent. I had a sift through their game catalogue for any hidden gems, but since nothing jumped out at me I left empty handed. It does make me want to boot up my Sega when I get home though.
My first proper stop was at the Peace Palace, which is one of the attractions which drew me to The Hague in the first place. My old boss worked there for some years and always mentioned how impressive ...
We walked to Pancake House for breakfast. Then walked to Anne Frank House. The line was around the block so we did not go in. I've already been inside and Debbie did not want to wait all day. We then hopped on the Hop On Hop Off canal boat while it rained and sleeted. We walked the Albert Crupys Market which is a large open air market of fruits, flowers, ...
Leaving a beautiful city behind. Brugge. It was a lovely start to the tour. A bit of a miserable start to the day but at least it was cool. As we drove along the morrow au heading towards The Netherlands and Amsterdam, there are lot of single wind turbines at the edge of the road. There seems to be an awful lot of trucks compared to cars. Almost all of them are single trailers with the occasional B-double. Another interesting observation is that the cars all seem to be ...
In 1975, Bruce remembers visiting The Hague which was the location for the International Court and Peace Palace. Today it was a very busy business ...