Carlton Beach The Hague / Scheveningen
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Not much to say really. We arrived, walked through suburbia to our hostel and it rained the entire time we were there. The first night we wanted to do something 'normal' so we grabbed some popcorn and settled in for a movie at the theatre. As the previews began I was looking around to discover where all these popping sounds were coming from. In Holland, the most unregulated country in the world, they are allowed to drink beer at the cinema and all these 'popping' sounds were people ...
... the bedrooms on a mezzanine level above the lounge. We had a fully fitted out kitchen to share with the other 2 rooms.
After quickly settling in, we made our way into the magnificent old square, lined with buildings of exquisite architecture-the clock tower being the oldest, built in the 1200's. The main intention of our night visit though was to sample the best chip vendor in town. I'd visited Belgium 18 years ago & had remembered how Belgium is not ...
... The park is beautiful, but being a really nice day it was full of people sun baking like they would at the beach! There we also found another set of Amsterdam letters with ************e climbing on, so we climbed on them and got our pictures. We spent the afternoon looking through the tulip market (never seen so many tulips and bulbs) and numerous souvenir shops. We went back to the hostel for dinner, had a few beers with an American couple (Ali and Sam), American guy ...
... took our pizza to go and bought some sangria and had a relaxing night! Today we had a very eventful wonderful day! We woke up around 1030, had a hot shower, had toast and fruit and headed off for the day! We stopped at a coffee shop ;), bought tickets and rode on the canal boat, very interesting with houses surrounding it it was a very beautiful tour, than we went to the sex museum (very different but interesting) and got some delicious ...
... gird my loins for a longish trek across town to Rembrandt House which, hallelujah! did NOT have a queue, but still had quite a crowd inside watching a demonstration of the etching process, which completely jammed up the central hallway. The sense of Rembrandt being there was much more real than the more recent Frank presence, oddly enough - maybe because one knows so many of the interiors, such as his kitchen (which was actually my favourite room as ...