Ibis Den Haag City Centre
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Great staff who worked hard to accommodate our large group.
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Once again, as MUN director at my school, I took a group of students to The Hague to participate in the 2015 THIMUN. This year we took the largest group ever of 16 students. It was a great week, and besides a 21hr delay of our flight home, everything went off perfectly. Here are just a few pics. Enjoy!
... followed by Caterpillar Cemetery where Christine's grandfather's uncle is buried. Looking at the countryside these days it is hard to imagine the scale of war that occurred 100 years ago. The drive was pretty memorable as the GPS took us on every backroad you could think of so we saw a lot of lovely countryside and little French towns - also notable were the Commonwealth WWI grave sites everywhere.
In Lille we stayed in the suburbs (half our tram ...
... side. They took us to a town called Brook-in-water-land. This was a beautiful quiet wee town restored by its residents & so showed what holland looked like hundreds of years ago. We were able to go into an old 18th century church to have a look around as choir practice was on. After having a wander around some of the streets looking at the old homes and gardens we headed back into Amsterdam to dinner at a restaurant Joyce ...
... to rotterdam for the day to see the crazy architecture for which it is famous. We hired bikes and spent a few hours cycling around the city, dodging the rain showers eating kibblering at the fantastic markets and visiting the mad cube houses, before heading back to The Hague and going to the Escher museum. The museum was really fun and playful, set in an old royal palace, it I spread over three floors with the first two tracing ...
... They all have many floors, four or more and are very narrow one is just 1500mm wide! This is because the government previously had taxed buildings based on the building frontage width. Therefore they built up and back. Very long narrow and tall buildings. This narrowing of the buildings meant caused a problem in getting furniture in so each building has a beam and pulley system sticking out of its roof and the house leans out towards the road in ...