Hotel Corona - Hampshire Classic
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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The Hague, Netherlands (20/6 to 22/6)
We first stayed in Den Haag for 2 nights, catching Dave and Helen for the weekend. They met us at the train station and showed us around, took us out to a great dinner and showed us how to keep away from the trams and bikes. We stayed at their place too - a really bright, spacious apartment in a nice neighbourhood where Dave and I started off by trying to get through his large beer ...
... was well worth it. You start off on the bottom floor of the house & work your way up to the top, then come down through the building next to it. It really brought you back down to earth when you saw the confines which they had to live in for so long before someone told the nazis, where they were, close to the end of the war. The house was then raided & the family arrested, with only the father Otto surviving the camps! It ...
... the evening on the Harbour. Hilde had booked the Pancake Cruise. It was a lovely evening and a great way to see the Port of Rotterdam and the city skyline as the sun set. Also heaps of food, pancakes with fruit, pancakes with chocolate, bacon, etc, plus lots of other food as well. My type of evening. Thankfully we walked a little of it off as we made our way ...
... the goods. They are narrow on the canal side and longer in depth and height because they were taxed based on how much was built along the canal. We finished the tour in front of the Anne Frank house next to the West Church. More details about this will be given after we do the tour there, which is scheduled for Saturday. Overall, we learned how Amsterdam is known both now and historically for its tolerant practices: legally, religiously, and socially. ...
Day Six Monday, May 19, 2014 Haarlem to Bruges (via The Hague)
We bid good-by to Haarlem and Amsterdam and set off by train to The Hague. We had made arrangements with the "Hague Greeters" to meet Maarten Kop, a volunteer, to give us a walking tour of The Hague.
We knew there are two train stations in The Hague, so we bought a ticket to the Central Station. In Carolyn's brain, that ...