Crowne Plaza Den Haag - Promenade
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... wet hair wet.
Mum was sure that not many people would turn up for the service as there weren't many there, and the rain would keep the oldies away (this from an 80 year old dressed in a red poncho looking like red riding hood) but in true casual Indonesian fashion they all rocked up late, and there were thousands of them.
The event was televised and was attended by the Dutch Prime ...
... the walls that keep the seawater from flooding in are called "dykes" really keeps out a lot of the homophobes. Maybe that’s what they’ve been doing in the Castro…
Jokes aside, I really enjoyed my week spent in Holland. It was nice to cap it off with a relaxing two days where I could spend my nights in a bed larger than a matchbox as well. Trust me, Red Light District hostels are exactly what you expect them to be like-- steeped with ...
... guitars! It finished to yet more thunderous applause and another standing ovation.
We collected our coats and found the tram stop outside the Concertgebouw which would take us to Prinsengracht but a bit further away from our hotel. We almost ended up going in the opposite direction as we still hadn't got the hang of traffic on the right hand side. It was a very cold dark walk along the Prinsengracht to the hotel but it was very pretty with the ...
... AM AMSTERDAM" booklets tomorrow that will get us past the queues at the other attractions.
We enjoyed canal side patios, drinking beer, lunching and relearning my mother language. It is amazing how quickly the words and phrases come back! We stayed along the canals and watched the lights come on the many bridges. Oh yeah, we also explored the red light district, very interesting.....Then a late tram back to the hotel. We are having a ...
... called Born to be Wild, about 2 different ladies in Africa, one who raises orphaned elephants and the other who raises orphaned chimps. It was a really great movie, and highly recommend seeing it, if you have Imax near you.
After, we headed into the centre of Den Haag, and went for coffee at Dudok, which we have been to before. Then we hit the shops. The inner centre of town, is laid out with great pedestrian walkways all ...
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