Esquire Hotel

Address: Van Aerssenstraat 65\r\n, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2582 JG\r\n, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Scheveningen area of The Hague, is near Madurodam, The Hague Municipal Museum (Haags Gemeentemuseum), The Peace Palace, and Peace Palace (Vredespaleis).
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    Travel Blogs from The Hague

    The Hague, the city of peace. Holland.

    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 17, 2014

    ... In reality it was just a really old veggie market were everyone yells at you to buy bananas. The other half of the market resembled the cheap, tacky merchandise that could rival the old Queen Vic. Turks ran the show which felt like we had been transported back to the Turkish grand bazaar. Not good. I purchased some bananas and we made our way back to the hostel in the rain. We then trained it to Amsterdam where the smell of alcohol and weed were high in the air. The constant waft ...

    England to France, across Belgium, into Holland

    A travel blog entry by bronjack on May 19, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... the old square in Prague. Brugge is a popular romantic getaway for couples. We visited the excellent interactive museum in the square which detailed Brugge back in it's heyday in the 1500's-a very prosperous centre. We then spent the rest of the day wandering the cobblestone streets then stocking up with a selection of fine Belgium chocolates before heading back to the accommodation for some chilling out. I'd bought milk and some tomato soup from the grocery store, ...

    Museum day in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by maja_and_jon on Apr 18, 2014

    11 photos

    After a great sleep in our room with excellent hosts we grabbed a quick coffee and fresh pastry from the shop round the corner before grabbing the tram (amazing, quick, and cheap transport) to the museum district. We sat in line for a bit at the Rijksmuseum since we had not bought advanced tickets like we should have, key point for future euro travels. It was well worth the wait. Amazing paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer, and others, all ...

    Back to the past

    A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 17, 2013

    4 photos

    ... Anglo Saxton rooted languages. After the return leg to Amsterdam, we suppered at a small pancake house we had passed on the tram several times. We tried the Dutch specialty, Pannenkoeken plate sized pancakes covered with icing sugar, Stroop (syrup) and either sweet or savoury toppings. Alexa tried strawberry while I dined on Apples and creme. Pannenkoeken are typically enjoyed as a afternoon snack or for dinner, not breakfast. ...

    Queues and museums

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 22, 2013

    32 photos

    ... 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 ...