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... hours of travel, we finally managed to get to The Hague. Our first stop is the Mauritshuis, which is a really exceptional collection of Golden Age (that is 16-17th century) art from the Netherlands (you know, Rembrandts, Vermeers, that kinda stuff). It was really crowded (my guess is that there was a tour bus full of elderly Germans who had come in ahead of us), but otherwise really lovely. We took advantage of their wifi to read up on ...
... 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!
... and made dinner... like real adults. Now, we are getting ready for bed to be rested enough to venture back out to Amsterdam in the morning! Going to hopefully visit the Anne Frank House, some street art exhibits, the sex museum, and any other fun we stumble upon. Should be better weather, but we'll be prepared ;)
Mindfulness Moment: Rapid fire from my favorite moments, I need to get to bed :)
... bucket list...DONE! And worth it! A visit to the Kuekenhof is next, the biggest floral garden display in the world so they claim!
Bicycle trivia....there are 13 million bikes in Holland! nearly one for every person! Once you learn how to ride the bike, then learn the etiquette, it is like a dance! Cyclists have ultimate priority over all! ...
I ventured up to The Hague as I waited for Laureen to arrive. This was her home city and until she decided to head back to London she was to be my tour guide. I checked into my hostel and spent the day chilling out. It was nice to do nothing for a day. The sun was blaring, which was a first for my days in Holland, it had been so cold. As the sun was threatening to go down I decided I had to get out and explore. I followed the canal into the centre of town ...