NH Atlantic Den Haag
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... in Binnenhof. The building is used for the sate opening of the Dutch Parliament. I loved the guilded fountain ou in the courtyard. There was so much detail!
Then we moved on to Mauritshuis. The museum houses the royal cabinet of paintings. The museum contains several wonderful paintings by Reubens, Hals, Rembrandt, and Vermeer. The mos famous painting in the museum is The Girl With the Pearl Earring. This is a painting I have been hoping to see in person for a long time. ...
... for the next train to Brugge exactly an hour later. So, wandering around the Antwerp train station – and waiting. Right on schedule, the train pulled in, we hopped on immediately (this was the last one of the day). And off we went to Brugge and our hotel (right at the train station) – whew!! In hindsight, it was good planning to have a hotel so close to the train. A good night sleep before exploring ...
... 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 ...
... drinks ourselves we found our way to an Argentina steak house where I found myself watch Adam devour the most amazing set of chilli ribs! Really something special I will take with me forever ;). Today we had another bike tour! Really enjoying the bike tours! This one was out into the country, not quite as entertaining but interesting information about the waterways and windmills! No really the Dutch have a huge understanding of waterways, etc, considering parts ...
... and under bridges, small houses and apartment complexes, and my favorite part, windmills! For those of you who don't know, The Nederlands/Holland are known for two things - wooden shoes and windmills! Many windmills are centrally located in another city, but these were fully functioning and all on one farm. There were some new and more modern windmills a few kilometers down, but the traditional ones were far ...