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Maarten bid us farewell at the train station as we continued our journey on to Brugge – with two connections in Roosendaal and Antwerp.
Our connection in Roosendaal went fine – but Antwerp was another story. A huge train station with signage that was a little confusing – but we found our platform and saw our train waiting (good news!). Well, for some ...
Drove to the Hague.
Watched the procession of veteran soldiers that had fought in the
Second World War as well as in Korea, Indonesia, New Guinea, Lebanon
Iraq and Afghanistan.
Hollands National Defence Force also took part in the procession.
The Air Force did a fly past with modern and Second World War planes.
Then went for a second and last portion of Poffertfjies before leaving for South Africa.
Everyone had a double portion.
... of little squares which might be 1m squared in size and each square has a pattern or picture to represent a country and there's a key at each end to let you know which country is which square. On the walls, it's full of 17th century art work which is stunning to view. Some of the canvas' were massive!!! Out of the other end of this walkway was an 'I am sterdam' sign which we did the best panoramic Selfie with - see picture. We were freezing at this point however so ...
Walked out of Amsterdam Central station towards the tourist office to find a tram timetable. The hotel directions said to get the no 4 tram heading to Station RAI. We didn't need to go into the tourist office because there was the correct tram waiting at the stop by the tourist office.
The no 4 tram has a stop on a bridge over Prinsengracht canal, 5 minutes walk from our hotel. The stop was announced clearly, even a little ...
... I met her dad. We didn’t do heaps in The Hague. I did find out that my hostel, a youth hostel, was a 2-minute walk to the red light district which like Amsterdam was little pink windows with hookers in. The only difference was that it was like any other street. People didn’t stop to ogle; they carried on with their everyday business as if nothing was out of the ordinary. Kind of nice.
It was great hanging out with Laureen’s ...
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