Golden Ship Hotel Den Haag
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... some fun with.
After all that I came back and chilled out. I pretty much decided to quit while I was ahead, rather than push on into the evening and exhaust what energy I've scraped back. I'm treating myself to a screening of Jurassic World tonight though. I feel the need to do something which requires little in the way of brainpower for a few hours.
By the way, the decent eating continues. I had another salad for dinner. I'm rather proud of myself.
... kind of bitter. Dinner was 35e each. Afterwards we decided to go to the red light district but we wandered for ages and couldn't find it. Just as we gave up and it started raining we found it! And it was really gross. Old ladies in floro bikinis. We went to a place called WebO that was all vending machines with croquettes and burgers. Pretty ...
... that Vermeer used a camera obscura to paint his works, which would actually explain a lot about how distinctive they are. After paying our respects to the "Girl with the Pearl Earring" (the museum is set up so that this is the last painting you come to, though in the crowd we messed up the order), we headed out and got the obligatory pancake. Pannenkoeken are one of the Netherlands' distinctive foods. I mean, I know you can get ...
... large barges to pass through. Many ducks all around the waterways,and swans as well..
A good and pleasant driver, who was Moroccan...but born in Holland,very helpful and pleasant.
A lovely day out in Holland...warm and little wind, though we are on the exposed coast here in the Port,2 minutes to the open sea
Back on board and have all the new passengers milling about,we have had our lifeboat drill, but a delay as we are ...
... Dutch man and you could tell that by his long blonde hair and height. He seemed to know the city inside out and gave us a history lesson for 3 hours which I really enjoyed but poor Eli was struggling by the end!! We learnt something we didn't know when he told us that New York or New Amsterdam as it was known was bought for $24, imagine that, nowadays you couldn't even get a Starbucks and a brownie for that! Due to its Dutch roots, lots of places in New York actually derive ...