Ibis den Haag Scheveningen
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... your destination. Well, that's the theory any way, LOL! So today was a day of firsts. First sight of windmills, tulips, a raised canal bridge, bike ferry and beautiful Dutch architecture. It was very exciting and Rob and Emma were sick of me taking photos. We made our way out towards the coast, passing through the Zuid-Kennemerland National Park which consists of sand dunes, forest and country ...
... a rather historical housing area with narrow streets. Like everywhere else in this city the streets are littered with bicycles. Every bridge, lamp post or absolutely simply anywhere a bicycle can be left!! It was impossible to walk on the sidewalks and so I simply walked in the road and then a car comes along and gives you the beep beep to simply get out his way!! Where the hell is one suppose to walk I wonder???
Finally I find myself in the area of Jordaan and was expecting loads ...
... below. We spent the rest of the day at the Rijksmuseum where we saw works by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Vermeer, and many famous Dutch artists. The building is beautiful and has just reopened after a very long (10 year) renovation. On our way home, we stopped to warm up at a local pub. Pam sampled a white beer (lemon and muddler included) called Hertog Jan, and Katie tried D'Achouffe, a mildly hoppy and somewhat fruity ...
... li> Final Thoughts:
- everyone was so helpful throughout our trip and being able to only speak English was not an issue
- there are very few stop signs and stop lights; Yield signs are everywhere and some roundabouts
- the priorities on the roads seem to be bikes first, then pedestrians, then buses/trams then cars - everyone looks out for others
- there are less rules here: no helmets, you can ...
So this entry is going to serve for my second to last. We arrived in Amsterdam on the over night train where I sadly lost my favorite pair of black shorts :( they got lost in all of the luggage and dispersion of clothes on the floor that six people shared and they must've gotten kicked behind a bed or something. Super sad...but as my dad once said when the top luggage thing on our car fell off...less for me to carry in ;) I wonder ...