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!
... br> Bye!!
PS: Dave and Helen - I couldn't find your place on Trip Advisor so we'll give you a 5 stars rating here. Thanks for such a great time :)
PPS: We didn't seem to get any group photos with Dave and Helen (or The Hague for the matter) on the big camera but there are a few on facebook from our phones - the public link (you don't need facebook) is https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set =a.10152920768324436&type=1&l=b b8a131ceb
Spent the morning in town. Started out at the "I Amsterdam" sign. Then we went to the Rijksmuseum across the street. We were able to see famous paintings by Van Gough and Rembrandt such as The Night Watch. Then we took the tram back to town center and walked around. We tried the raw Herring which is a favorite dish of the locals. Then we hopped on the coach to head to St. Goar, ...
... Milosevic. The court also aribitrates in border disputes.
he Palace was designed by Thomas Hayton Mawson. Carnegie donated $1.5 million dollars (40 million when adjusted for inflation) to pay for the building's construction. The building is filled with gifts from many countries including a 3.2 tonne vase from Russia, marble from Italy, carpets from Japan, the clock in the clock tower from Switzerland, a fountain from Denmark, Persian Rugs from Iran, and wood from Indonesia.
... bits, smelling all the ingredients, cracking grains, and even "amusement ride" in which you are the beer and get brewed, bottled, distributed and drunk.
There are of course beers to be drunk there too. You get 2 free beers with entry but if you play your cards right you can get a whole lot more. If you go with someone like myself, then you instantly double your beers. There is also a demonstration on how to drink the beer where you ...