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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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... kind of bitter. Dinner was 35e each. Afterwards we decided to go to the red light district but we wandered for ages and couldn't find it. Just as we gave up and it started raining we found it! And it was really gross. Old ladies in floro bikinis. We went to a place called WebO that was all vending machines with croquettes and burgers. Pretty ...
... owned and maintained by the local water authority, but you are free to explore the grounds and so I spent an hour or so looking around and sitting down in the gardens enjoying the sun and eating some more amazing strawberries.
I rode back to Breda through the local woods, which were the biggest by far that I had seen in Holland so far. In the middle of the woods I came across a cafe, so stopped and had lunch and a beer before heading back to ...
... depicting how they looked furnished. Much of the wall space still has the pictures and things that Anne placed on them to make the rooms feel homier. The line was at least one block long, but we had purchased our tickets ahead of time and walked right in (planning pays off). We are getting the hang of public transport and only made one small error today. Museums mean lots of walking and Terra's knee is ...
... With such a great assortment of fresh fruits I enjoyed a bowl of strawberries, kiwi, melon, pineapple followed by a freshly cooked herb omelette, not sure how long this healthy breakfast will last but I'll be trying my utmost to avoid the croissants and muffins!
We were expecting only a technical stop at IJmuiden (The fuel must be cheaper in Holland), but it was announced that we could go ashore once all formalities had been carried out. It was around 3 ...
... 2 years hidden from the Nazis in an annex of a food production business. The hiding spot consisted of a few rooms concealed behind a bookshelf. The museum was well done and a poignant way to connect with what victims of the holocaust experienced. We then had a Dutch breakfast (egg, toast, jam, cheese, ham) in a cafe off Damrak Street before enjoying a 1 hr. ...