Hotel Astoria

Stationsweg 139, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from The Hague

Cologne to Den Haag

A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Aug 05, 2014

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... cereals and eggs to name just a few. I took the opportunity to briefly go back to the cathedral to capture some photos of the stain glass windows. The trip to Den Haag took about 3 hours and went via Utrecht. Matthew was at the station when we arrived at 2pm having taken the week off. He is looking very well and very slim. Took the tram to Hilde and ...

Zoetermeer and The Hague

A travel blog entry by draak777 on May 20, 2014

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... We met his adorable cat. He has a great apartment with a balcony and a great view. We sat down and had apple tart and cream and coffee. It was delicious and very dutch. Then we walked to the train station and went to Den Hague. Den Hague was quite impressive with its modern buildings. We visited the town hall where Peter used to work. It was a bit white building, at least 10 stories. From the inside it looks like a prison with a big hall and walkway on all the floors ...

The North Sea Crossing

A travel blog entry by shearers on Aug 26, 2013

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... random, we crossed the ramp easily and with a little skidding on the metal deck were guided to our parking place behind, what looked like a big fish and chip van.
There appeared to be only 2 caravans on the ship which seemed relatively empty. The other vanners had a problem with their alarm as they had never been asked to turn it off before (if the tilt alarm isn't switched off, rough seas can trigger alarms and ...

Look Left!

A travel blog entry by ebeamish on Jul 26, 2013

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... understanding the history of what they went through. Visiting the rooms where they spent 2 years was unreal. Her pictures are still on the wall, the heights of kids are there. Such a sad yet inspiring story. Magically, her actual diary is there along with pages where she had already started rewriting it. So moving an absolute must see. On our way back to get the bus, nearly got side swiped by a tram...always look ...

Rijksmuseum, canals, church tower and a long walk

A travel blog entry by jennyinparis on Jun 04, 2013

... back to our accommodation via the supermarket. It was an extremely long walk. Despite not being able to visit the museum we discovered some interesting canals and local community shopping areas. We also saw the windmill which is now occupied by the Brewery. We searched for the Local restaurants which had been recommended by Oki, finally finding Boscos. A google search did not reveal an idea of the price. We will need to decide today if we will ask Oki and frank ...