Hotel Aristo

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Travel Blogs from The Hague

The Hague

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Sep 02, 2014

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In 1975, I (Bruce) remember visiting The Hague which was the location for the International Court and Peace Palace. Today it was a very busy business center with a few people who seemed to be sightseeing. Due to narrow streets and scarce parking, we decided to park in one of the suburbs and take the tram in. That worked great. Finding the International Court and Peace Palace was another story. For whatever reason ...

England to France, across Belgium, into Holland

A travel blog entry by bronjack on May 19, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... a British soldier and moved to England where Gerry grew up. Gerry met Viv, then moved back to Holland after they were married and brought up their family together there. Viv showered us with love and became the adoptive grandma for the morning-serving us up all sorts of goodies. We had such a warm, wonderful time with them, that we found it difficult to drag ourselves away-finally cycling off at 12pm.

We followed the well marked 1b route-The ...

Day 90 exploring Amsterdam on foot

A travel blog entry by lindeelee on Jan 05, 2014

3 comments, 48 photos

I stagger out of bed at 10sh after a battle with the dreaded cough most of the night. Have yummy waffles with cherry compote and head off to explore Amsterdam on foot. The sun is shining today, though bloody freezing and it's supposed to rain tomorrow so figure I'll do the museums I want to see tomorrow. What a pretty city. So many canals of course means so many bridges. It's ...

Queues and museums

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 22, 2013

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... maybe because it had fewest visitors) and bedroom from his paintings.

The main reason I had gone was to see the collection of etchings, which is apparently the finest in the world - they have almost a complete set of which only a small fraction is ever on display.

The display was not huge, but pretty representative - a lot of the Bible story ones, sweet and loose, as well as the much more detailed, finely worked up ones; some ...

Den Haag

A travel blog entry by lolfinch on Jul 14, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... pieces people who don't even know of Escher would actually recognise. We wandered back to Poppy then headed for Theo Jansen's workshop... Or should I say his over-grown shack. Theo Jansen is known for his kinetic beach walking 'animal' sculptures. He wasn't there when we were there but we got to play with some of his 'animals' anyway. It's just such a shame ...

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