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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mozaic The Hague
Everything was near perfect. Wonderful room. Great staff. Well located. Off street parking. Free WiFi. Nice breakfast. Highly recommended
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... is known about her. he painting is not dated, so they are no sure what year Vermeer painted her. No one really knows who she is either. She is called the "Mona Lisa of the North" and the look on her face is just as enigmatic. She is not very big (about he same size as the Mona Lisa) but the crowds at Mauritshuis are not as big as at the Louvre, so can get very close to her and really look. The painting is so beauiful and they have done a masterful job restoring her.
... pass, then another huge cue to check in bags. There was a guy in front of us 13kg overweight plus had another bag, he got charged €140... Lol.. He played dumb, so ridiculous to watch, felt sorry for the lady at counter. Them to another cue we went, to wait in another cue for security check and board, in total we waited 2.5 hours in cues! Luckily we got a €5 food voucher to get some food during that. Security check was intense.. X-rays then body search. ...
... thing. Bloated and with an hour to kill before we had to pick up Lia, so we went and hung out in the hostel. All our roommates are weird and go to bed and get up super early so we haven't really seen them except for one 40 year old here on business or something. After our break we got the tram to the central station to pick up Lia. It took us a while (there were more exits than we realised) but we found her and got on a ...
Whether it's the excitement of commencing my tour today or difficulties adjusting to the time zones, I find myself waking up at 3am again. I gather it's a combination of both. At the hotel, formalities occur as luggages are stored, people are paired up and passports are stamped. After about a 2.5hour travel, we reach the English Channel and board a P&O cruise to Calais. During this travel time, I ...
... unknown reason so we instead caught a train to Leiden and then another to The Hague. It added an extra hour onto our journey but these things happen.. Wg weren't in any huge rush.. And Nikki bought a pair of very nice boots whilst waiting for us. So it was a little bit of a win. We arrived just after lunch time and met up with Nikki. The four if us had a little wander around the very nice city until we came to the MC Escher museum. ...