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Travel Blogs from The Hague
... life, but have always been wanting to go back to the source. Though bone-chilling cold, Netherlands was awesome! We stayed in The Hague all week but were able to take a day trip to Amsterdam on Wednesday and went to the Van Gogh museum.
I will certainly be headed back to Holland one of the weekends this Spring, and will then take a bunch more pictures. But for now, enjoy the pics and thanks for reading the blog!
... clouds, sideways rain, greenest grass, and lots of umbrellas.
Sound: Tapping of rain, snapping of umbrellas, and sniffles from runny noses!
Smell: Fresh, rainy, and clean. Deep smells in.
Taste: Sweet honey, sour goat cheese, nutty pecans and bread. The combo is heavenly!
Touch: Burrrr. My jeans are soaked, toes are pruney from the rain, but this rain jacket is amazingly dry and protective!
... catch the sun. Frank and Oki are very attentive hosts and spent time with us suggesting itineraries for our stay and providing information about a choice of local restaurants. We grabbed warm jackets and set off walking. Explored the canal circle and the Red light district before wandering through the Jordan district on our way back to the Blue Boat Company for a 75 minute canal cruise. A perfect sunny day. Everyone is about on boats, in street ...
... the neighbourhood is full of bars, restaurants. Around the corner there is even a beautifully decorated outdoor skating rink. At the bottom of the hotel is reception which is also a cafe where we have breakfast or can have coffee. In the afternoon you can make your own poffertjes (mini pancakes). We went straight out and walked to the Van Gogh Museum which is temporarily being housed in the ...
... had lived here as a child have some memories of this area.
We started at the Binnenhof (or inner court). This is a group of old parliamentary buildings built around a central courtyard in the centre of the city. The courtyard has been used for executions in the past but today was being prepared for the annual Veteran's day. Some of the buildings are ...