Golden Ship Hotel Den Haag
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So many wind towers through Europe especially in Germany. The wifi is very ordinary so I'm thinking they power the internet and when the wind stops so does the internet!!
We are heading for Amsterdam but wanted to take Luke to The Hague first to see the Peace Palace where the International Court of Justice is.
We arrived in The Hague centrum after a ...
Spent the morning in town. Started out at the "I Amsterdam" sign. Then we went to the Rijksmuseum across the street. We were able to see famous paintings by Van Gough and Rembrandt such as The Night Watch. Then we took the tram back to town center and walked around. We tried the raw Herring which is a favorite dish of the locals. Then we hopped on the coach to head to St. Goar, ...
Unfortunately I left Amsterdam today.... but on a plane to Valencia for La Tomatina!!! Epic!!! Not complaining about going to Spain for a tomato festival, although I did really love Amsterdam in the end. This morning I went for a run around Vondelpark in Amsterdam. I can still run.... just. But I have definitely lost my touch. I only went for a 5km run. But it was very liberating running in the Vondelpark. I really love Amsterdam. It is so refreshing; the ...
... mostly male and just there for a big party. Train trip to Brugge, included a brief stop in Brussels. Our arrival in Brugge was delayed 30 minutes as the train came to an almost complete stop, I suspect because of the extremely heavy rain, but missed not having Hilde to translate the intercom messages. Arrived in Brugge about 6pm and got bus to the old town square. Our map did not show the street for our B and B, so rang them. They had no record ...
... way back to the train station we tried the traditional cuisine, stamppot. It is basically mashed potatoes with onions and carrots mixed in with a giant meatball or sausage on top. It was definitely a hearty comfort food, but not necessarily the best tasting. We also stopped to get food for dinner. We bought bread, goat cheese, fruit, and wine. It was one of the simplest meals, but still very good, especially when finished off with leftover Belgian ...