Carlton Beach The Hague / Scheveningen
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... King Willem-Alexander) addresses a joint session of the Dutch Senate and House of Representatives in the Ridderzaal or Hall of Knights in The Hague. The Speech from the Throne (Dutch: Troonrede) sets out the main features of government policy for the coming parliamentary session. He travels to the event in a golden carriage, the route for which cuts through the city. As ...
... free camping had been nil!
From the Belgium border, we officially connected with the North Sea cycle route-but it still wasn't super easy in following the trail. With a myriad of cycle routes heading off in all directions - we basically followed our noses, sticking fairly close to the coastline. We were amused when we reached the equivalent of Belgium Surfers Paradise-where high rises lined the esplanade. But with a ferocious cold wind blowing and ...
We are home safe and sound, back on Canadian soil! We had a very smooth travel day, and we are looking forward to putting our backpacks away for awhile :) cleaning the travel grit off us, and the welcome of a very ruffled, unimpressed cat. A few parting thoughts at the closure of our second Europe trip: 1. We are VERY lucky! 2. We are sore. Mainly knees, heels, feet, and backs... Likely because we are too old to be backpacking across Europe. 3. We loved the fact that Amsterdam ...
... suits and tights; and, when asked "what's up? ", one representative revealed they were all off to participate in a 15 k run. When we got to Arnhem, it took us some time to find the bus station. It was hidden on the opposite side of the tracks than we were let off at. We deduced, through interviewing a few locals, that we needed to walk to the end of the of a specific train platform, then down the stairs to a secret tunnel under ...
... 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 ...