Ibis Den Haag City Centre
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Great staff who worked hard to accommodate our large group.
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Teaching is the best profession in the world. There is no question in my mind. And each school that I have taught at has its perks and benefits. One of the best aspects about my current position, is that they have a lot of opportunities for teachers to travel for Professional Development or with student groups. As you have seen …
Our small family run B & B was ideally located. Although we shared bathroom facilities, in every other respect the hotel was perfect and reasonably priced at 65 euros. This included the most amazing breakfast - perhaps the best of my life. It included everything from fresh fruit to superb yoghurts, cheesecakes, croissants, breads, buns, spreads plus meats ...
... Then we had some typical dutch lunch while sitting in the sun. It was croket with chips and mayonaise. It was delicious. Our next stop was the parliament buildings. In our minds we did not expect any old buildings because Den Hague had been so severely bombed in the war. It was amazingly beautiful in the cobbled courtyard, see all the suits walking around. Peter pointed out the Dutch minister of Foreign Affairs. He had a body guard with him, with an ear piece. We had an ...
After a great sleep in our room with excellent hosts we grabbed a quick coffee and fresh pastry from the shop round the corner before grabbing the tram (amazing, quick, and cheap transport) to the museum district. We sat in line for a bit at the Rijksmuseum since we had not bought advanced tickets like we should have, key point for future euro travels. It was well worth the wait. Amazing paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer, and others, all ...
... suits and tights; and, when asked "what's up? ", one representative revealed they were all off to participate in a 15 k run. When we got to Arnhem, it took us some time to find the bus station. It was hidden on the opposite side of the tracks than we were let off at. We deduced, through interviewing a few locals, that we needed to walk to the end of the of a specific train platform, then down the stairs to a secret tunnel under ...