Hotel Aristo

Stationsweg 164-166, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from The Hague

Country living

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose

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... as to whether we would see much of the typical rural countryside from our cruise ship, we boarded a bus for a 40-min ride out to a re-created village called "Zaanse Schans". In between the showers and thunderstorms, we wandered about this idyllic village, stepping into various cottages, barns, workshops and windmills, to learn more about how spices are ground, cheese is produced, pewter is hammered and clogs are made. The bus trip also provided ...

The Hague, Holland 2nd May - 6th May

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

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... very long and it didn’t get dark until after 9pm!


Highlights


The area our apartment in was actually really nice so after we had a day out in Amsterdam we spent our second day in Holland exploring The Hague!

We took the tram to a beach called Scheveningseslag (Not sure how you pronounce that one!). It was an icy windy day but it did look like a great beach ...

MY NEW HOME IN 'THE HAGUE'

A travel blog entry by love2wander

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... my new iphone 5. I had realized my phone wasn't on me and I knew instantly that I dropped it, so we halted to a stop- turned around an sped back to the station where I saw my iphone lying in the middle of the busy road in the pouring rain! My host mum ran out to get it, and I sighed with relief but my heart sank with guilt, once again I had failed at making a good impression. After the leaving the station and arriving home I had probably already apologized a hundred ...

Den Haag & Delft - Day Eight

A travel blog entry by djh1959

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... in first class with second class tickets! We had no idea that there even were two classes on these trains. When we purchased the tickets at the station, at a manned ticket counter, we weren't asked which class we wanted. No wonder the seats and carriage were so comfortable! Fortunately the ticket collector was quite happy so long as we changed to a second class carriage.

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Amsterdam...

A travel blog entry by luckshmy.subash

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... my camera in and noticing this, the coat check person said "Indian’s can’t take photos here" I thought he was joking but then he kept saying it for a few times, this person wasn’t Dutch and I wasn’t sure whether he was making racist remarks towards us. In the end I took no notice of it as I laughed it off. The museum was quiet and we thoroughly enjoyed the artwork with the free audio guide that was provided.

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