Bilderberg Europa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
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I had another early day in order to get to The Hague. It takes a good hour and a half to get there from Maarssen via bus and train. I arrived there around 9:30am, and I made my way immediately to the Maurithaus Museum. It didn't open until 10am, so I sat across the street at a café and had some tea.
When the museum opened, I was the first person inside, which meant that it was wonderfully peaceful. I enjoyed ...
... were also swans, mallards, coots, and some mystery waterfowl. We headed back to the train station, passing through a part of the Red Light district (sex trade) that was uneventful due to the early hour-- only 7 pm. By the time we got back to Haarlem, and our hotel, we had completed a 12 hour tour day, and according to a tour member with a pedometer, logged 7.5 miles! So as we settle in for the night, we are weary, but relieved to know that we can do this! ...
Both Matthew and Hilde had the day off work. After a big breakfast, we went in Hilde's car to look at some of the Dutch countryside, including some of the polders and canals in the area near Utrecht. The narrowness of some of the lanes was amazing for two way traffic and we also did a walk beside one of the canals. The highlight was a visit to a small, medieval type town ...
... the massive 2 story 747-400 KLM Dutch plane. It can have 425 passengers! I like KLM airlines, good friendly people & service with email updates. On the plane, there's a chick from California beside me, nice to chat and find out more about. Germany where she currently works and lives. Looks beautiful there too. On the long plane trip I created neat photo collections from Tomorrowland.. Wicked memories! We both had chicken for lunch, followed by Heinekens and ...
... my satnav was playing at.
The route it brought me into Ijmuiden was totally different from norm and seemed extremely strange. I approached some traffic lights with arrows on them telling me which way I MUST go!! Only after going along the road it told me did I realise what these lights were for. The whole dock and canal area enter the sea here via a few canal lock's and so if there is a ship moving into one of the lock's then the traffic lights will send you to the next gates which ...