Carlton Beach The Hague / Scheveningen
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So many wind towers through Europe especially in Germany. The wifi is very ordinary so I'm thinking they power the internet and when the wind stops so does the internet!!
We are heading for Amsterdam but wanted to take Luke to The Hague first to see the Peace Palace where the International Court of Justice is.
We arrived in The Hague centrum after a ...
... to see if there was a train we could take back. When we asked the man responded, "Rome, Italy?". He seemed surprised anyone would consider attempting the 20 hour train ride with some 9 changes or so. We went back outside to catch the next bus to the airport and didn't even make it to the airport until 10:30 or so (our flight we were supposed to be on left at 9:40). From there we struggled to figure out how to get home, but ended ...
... Monday), everything was closed. Evidently everyone in holland gets a 3 day weekend. Probably something to do with the over supply of weed and prostitutes, but either way everything was shut and as such that left little if anything for me to do. I'm sure holland is a great place to visit if the weather turns out and something decides to open for business, otherwise there's nothing but prostitution and drug addled tourists. You can see the same thing in st Kilda for 1/4 of the price. ...
... home and Miep, one of the helpers gave him Anne's diary he was hesitant to read it because she had not wanted him to when she was alive. When he read it and found that her life aspiration was to be a published author, he had to fulfill her dream. The book is now published in over 80 languages and is one of the most well known diaries ever written. She was only a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl at the time, but the tragic story serves as ...
... of the North Sea route-cruising along with the locals. The trail took us along the windswept coastline with wide expanses of white sandy beaches & also along beautiful wooded areas, and quaint villages. We had to cross a number of bridges to take us across spanses of the sea. This was quite slow & laborious with a strong headwind. That evening we ended up in a Coastal National Park, where we managed to find a free campsite for the night.