Ibis Den Haag City Centre
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Great staff who worked hard to accommodate our large group.
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... We visited the Weigh-House Museum where I was weighed to establish if I was a witch. I am now the proud bearer of a certificate which says I am too heavy to be a witch. Matthew and Hilde were also ascertained to be witch free. However Anne was less willing to be tested. We had lunch in the town square. In the evening we all went to have tea with Hilde's parents. Franz and Paula ...
... they knew him and could ask. Peter asked Pieter to help also, so he did some work. Then, in return for our hard work we were offered some coffee which we enjoyed while sitting outside in the big back garden. There was some art in the garden and a canal running next to it. And a bird making a nest. After our coffee Peter showed us around the old part of Zoetermeer. We really enjoyed that. What a beautiful centre. We returned to Peter's car and he drove us to his house not ...
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Later we went for coffee in The Drawing Room, a very relaxing place with lots of interesting objects scattered around the room including some rather interesting lamps - Well we were expecting to see some lights this trip and these quirky lamps are certainly a talking point but ...
Most people remember reading The Diary of a Young Girl as a child. Most never expect to step foot in Anne Frank's very own "Secret Annexe". I had the chance to do so the other day after walking around Amsterdam. As I moved from one room to the next at the exhibition's start, there were only quotes from her diary jumping out from the stark walls. The rooms were left empty of furniture but had photographs of what the warehouse ...