Ibis Den Haag City Centre
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Great staff who worked hard to accommodate our large group.
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We have just endured 30 hours of relentless, heavy rain and were pretty much confined to Nell yesterday. We braved the rain in the morning to enjoy the dryness provided by the local Ikea and bought a few nice things to take home. Surprisingly there were about 200 people queing with us at 9.55. We decided it would be quieter and therefore easier on a Monday at opening - not the case. We woke today to a dry day and were able to activate plan A, which ...
... Max sleep in. This is a vintage clothes and flea market that Ester told us about. Some cool vintage kitchenware, coins, badges and many clothes and shoes. Harley bough some coins (some for Max too) and I bought 2 skirts from designers for 15 euro each. Cute and hippie chic...my old style before I grew up. I am thinking I may revert back but the fear of being judged as having a midlife crisis may be the only thing holding me back for ...
After a long application procedure and some time spent on arranging/going through medicals and visumrequests I finally heard earlier this morning that I'm going to fly out to Fort Lauderdale, Florida on the 26th of October and from there head to the Caribbean.
The boat departs from Fort Lauderdale, to a private island in the Bahamas called Half Moon Cay. From there we move on to Aruba, Curaçao, Colombia, Panama and Costa ...
Well I guess I should back track a little bit. So saturday morning we got up around 9 to head off to the train station. We grabbed some Nutella waffles and ate them for breakfast by one of the many canals. That waffle was on point. Not only was it covered in Nutella, but the waffle itself was sugary moist. Soon after we were on our way to the train station. To get there we ended up walking through the red light district (quite ...
... wait 1.5 hours to get inside. I think it was pretty worth the wait. We got to walk through the entire house and secret annex. So there were 8 people in total hiding in the annex for over two years, the Frank and the Van Pels families. With the support of four "helpers" who worked for Otto Frank, the father, before the war started, the business could keep running and the families could get some food and necessities. During these two ...