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!
... 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 ...
... you have the scene. That painting is at the end of a long gallery filled with many masterpieces that you would all recognize - most impressive and very fun to see. There was a brief flurry of excitement as we exited the Rilksmuseum as the exits were cordoned off to allow the king and queen to leave the building. We caught only a glimpse of them, the queen wearing a beautiful hat, and both people very tall. In fact, there are many tall folks here as ...
... and dark chocolate. Alexa tried these a day previous and enjoyed it and I knew she would be delighted for a sequel. I was experimenting with Dutch today, Walking back from Central Station, and during my market, if we were at a street corner, or at a vendor, I would ask that person how to say something in Dutch. I think people like to be asked because it offers a unique part of their day, to help a tourist with their language. I think it shows great respect when a person strives ...