Crowne Plaza Den Haag - Promenade
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... t get through, we decided to watch the golden carriage. Later in the afternoon we still caught up with José which was lovely. On the way back to the car we walked past a little boutique where Emma snapped up cool pants for €3, a t-shirt for €1 and a dress for € 2! Satisfied with our purchases we drove to Hilversum to meet Josca, Bouwe, Anouk & ...
... amp; chairs half covered in sand- we could see why it was still in the off season! We followed great cycle paths through fields & villages, along canals & arrived in the evening to the unexpected delight of the old city of Brugge. We booked in for 2 nights in a B&B located in the old centre. The building was 3 stories high- and our hosting family lived on the 2nd floor while guests took a tiny lift to the third floor. The rooms were beautifully fitted ...
... English translations for all the art on display. Really enhanced our understanding and appreciation of the piece! 4. Not being art buffs, we really saw a lot of art on this trip and recalled from the depths of memory certain pieces. While it wasn't fun experiencing art with a throng of people, somehow we still managed to have personal connections with many of the pieces. Fantastic! 5. The Spanish dress their children impeccably - seriously, from bows to coloured stockings to high ...
... and finally ending up at an awaiting bus station. After a 20 min. bus ride into the hills surrounding the to own, we arrived at our destination, off the beaten tourist path at OpenLuchtmuseum, or open air museum. The museum was a wonderful glimpse into a Netherlands that is scattered to it's rural corners, if it exists at all. It is a collection of huts, barns, houses, and other structures (such as, bridges, windmills, old ...
... pancake overlooking the water. Strolled peacefully down to Museumplein, sat for a while on a bench, congratulating myself on having booked a ticket for the van Gogh Museum for 1pm so I wouldn't have to stand in line... and at about 12:45 strolled around the corner to find that even the booked tickets queue was right around the block!! Why oh WHY are we here in high season??
Anyway, it was worth it - this time I only queued for the 15 minutes I was ...