Bastion Deluxe Hotel Zoetermeer
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In the morning we travelled to Corpus and looked at the human body. After that we set off to Den Haag to meet José at a restaurant. Due to Prinsjesdag however, we could not get to the restaurant as the way to it was cut off. We parked at the other end of he city and decided to walk. Prinsjesdag (English: Prince's Day) is the day on which the reigning monarch of the ...
... campground for the night-where we had to provide our own toilet paper, pay for hot water to wash dishes & although the showers were included in the price-they were the push button variety-where it literally only stayed on for a second! I decided after assisting Gracie to shower, it really wasn't worth the effort & skipped it. At $36-for the pleasure of sleeping on a bit of grass-without any extras-I would rather have found a free camping spot-although the ...
... brew pub located in an early windmill. Several samplings of their rather hoppy brew made for a nice afternoon buzz. The public library is located on the main harbor near the central station and has the best view over the low profile city from their sixth floor cafe...and it is free! A trip on the tram took us out beyond the canals to Vondel Park, supposedly the model for Central Park in New York (originally called New Amsterdam). ...
... sets of stairs to climb, I was exhausted. It was very tiny & consisted of four beds. All was well until we were screaming and jumped up on our beds, because..... There was a mouse. The most disgusting thing in the world. Melissa & I were screaming at the top of our lungs and trying to grab our stuff as quick as possible. We ended up asking someone else to grab our stuff for us as we were a little too frightened. We changed rooms all ...
... concentration camps, wanted it left empty of everything, as the Gestapo had left it after they were attested, to represent the loss to the world of all the people who died in the War, but a small dark empty room filled with thirty people all staining to read a little inscription on the wall is hardly representative of anything except a sardine tin.
Afterwards I walked along a different canal, stopping for a very pleasant cuppa with a ham and ...