Crowne Plaza Den Haag - Promenade
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... doing it a second time, but how many times does a person want to go to Delft? So, we asked at the information desk, mixed up which platform we were going to, had to run back to the front of the station to look at the main board, then run back to the platform. The train was still stopped on the platform with the doors open when we got to the top of the stairs, but they closed when were a few feet away, and left without us. Which, ...
... front of the museum. We realised that the ground was covered in sea shells. It then began to rain, surprise surprise, so we all decided that a tea and a little snack would be a good excuse to get out of the rain. We ran over to the nearest coffee shop which just so happened to be... Bagels and beans. Oh dear. I promise I have not been employed by the company to sell it to you all. Do in we went, completely soaked and in desperate need of ...
... clearly their idea of comfortable is a lot different from what mine is. It was sad, as the massive press of humanity prevented one from getting any real feeling of what living "as silent as baby mice" must have been like for those eight poor people. However, everyone was very quiet and interested - it's hardly the sort of place you visit for a riotous good time. And it did give one a good sense of the place. Otto Frank, Anne's father and the only one to ...
... a different lifestyle from what we were use to. We were shocked - especially Renata with the gypsies living literally against the main road in a handmade house out of tin between shrubs. It was soon known to us this was not out of the ordinary for locals with some areas particularly along/underneath bridges experiencing extreme poverty. After we got to our hostel with Kim we all ventured out together into the city and got an expensive ...
... and I had a great art critique if I do say so myself. Ask Lance, too. He'll vouch. There were some awesome bike shops, tattoo parlors, and local breweries. Best town square we've perused, yet.
As we turned a corner, we also saw this great big church! We went inside and looked round, not having enough time for the actual exhibit inside. I decided to use the bathroom, and what a discovery!! ...