Hotel Corona - Hampshire Classic
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I dropped my toothbrush down the toilet this morning, and that's not my only first world problem. This hostel has 0.02 Meg Wifi, and I found a whole shop full of cowboy boots I really want but they only go up to a size 12. On the plus side, the weather is nice again, and The Hague is a beautiful city, ...
Our first day here we got our bearings and walked...a lot actually.
Adam was dirty for a busy Saturday night when we got in Sunday morning. My Dutch friend was right...it does feel dirty. In stark contrast to the meticulously clean Tokyo, Adam felt dirty with rubbish in the streets everywhere. By yesterday morning, Monday, it was a little tidier.
Everywhere is so close to get to. The centre of town a mere 15 -20 minutes ...
Is there a city to challenge Barcelona? Yes, and it is Amsterdam. They have got everything right. The city is designed for pedestrians and bicycles, the trams are fantastic, and every street is virtually a shopping mall. Interesting history, great museums and a greater percentage of beautiful women than anywhere else in the world (they are everywhere). There is so much to do in Amsterdam, you ...
As Berber had said previously about 95% of the tourists that come to Amsterdam are there for the Red Light District or the Coffee shops, instead of divulging into the rich history and beauty of Amsterdam. As a proud part of the 5% Nick and I started out the day on a countryside bike your with Mike's Bike Tours where we rode 22km total, out of the city to an authentic windmill, cheese/clog farm and back towards the city to the "forest" ...
Today has been a very relaxed day as we recover from our excesses from the night before and I pack and get ready to head to Portugal for two weeks. I leave in less than an hour, which is really exciting, but also a bit sad as I leave Anna behind to continue chasing war criminals, but it's good to have her all settled in, comfortable and I'm actually a bit jealous that she will be around for the Netherlands world cup Semi-final game (and hopefully ...