Hampshire Hotel - 108 Meerdervoort
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... free camping had been nil!
From the Belgium border, we officially connected with the North Sea cycle route-but it still wasn't super easy in following the trail. With a myriad of cycle routes heading off in all directions - we basically followed our noses, sticking fairly close to the coastline. We were amused when we reached the equivalent of Belgium Surfers Paradise-where high rises lined the esplanade. But with a ferocious cold wind blowing and ...
... been in, so the emotions ran high.
We all laid flowers we laid ours near the map of Java and Semarang by Dad and Aunty's birth place.
After all the pomp and ceremony was over, the rain stopped and the sun came out. The Military soldiers carefully loaded mary on a bus and we were shuttled to the reception where there was Indonesian food and drink and dancing, it was a most enjoyable afternoon. ...
... that 4 would be unlikely as hed have to make his way from the airport to the train and so on...so we went to the station at 5:30, Sussed out which platform, which is hard when there is no 'arrivals' sign. We sat at the station and watched 3 trains come in. It hit 7.20 and there was a train due any second, at this point Cait had logged into the wifi at the station and received a message, from Ty. He was at a hostel using the computer and Face ...
... goods and some food and flowers. We walked on following the canals past a flower market to the 9 straats. A lovely boutique shopping area with cafes and interesting shops. Graham and I clambered the Westercerk tower with a small guided group of 6. Interesting information about the bells and building if the tower. We then followed Graham's directions through the real red light district to the harbour to the Maritime museum. Unfortunately it was too late to enter so ...
... disappointed your dad”).
Although the Dutch people appeared very stern at first, those with whom I had the pleasure of speaking were always very friendly (not referring to the prostitutes). A couple sitting next to me at my last dinner in The Hague struck up conversation after watching me stare blankly at a wall for ten minutes by myself, and ended up buying me a drink to accompany my Vietnamese Coconut Curry, a Dutch specialty. Actually, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed