Ibis den Haag Scheveningen
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This section of road is however extremely interesting as it has a number of rather large swing bridges to let ships pass from one side of the road to the other and I got stopped on a number of occasions today.
Normally these bridges would only open a few times p/day but today something rather special was happening and I just so happened once again to be in the right place at the right time.
This big special happening today was a special meeting of many tall sailing ...
... sets of stairs to climb, I was exhausted. It was very tiny & consisted of four beds. All was well until we were screaming and jumped up on our beds, because..... There was a mouse. The most disgusting thing in the world. Melissa & I were screaming at the top of our lungs and trying to grab our stuff as quick as possible. We ended up asking someone else to grab our stuff for us as we were a little too frightened. We changed rooms all ...
... the city and the harbour. This is an except from the website of the eye which pretty much sums up the ethos of the place... EYE Film Institute Netherlands, the Dutch centre for film culture and heritage, is dedicated to developing a vigorous film culture in the Netherlands. Through its activities and services, EYE aims to foster a viable film industry in the Netherlands and to promote Dutch film at home and abroad. A very interesting place. So wet, cold and really wanting ...
... The Jewish Bride," and "Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul") impressive. Following the morning of museums, I trekked over to the recommend Sara's Pancake House for a traditional (and organic) pancake dinner (or lunch in my case). While probably not the healthiest meal, it was quite tasty. After lunch I embarked on Rick's Jordaan walk through the quiet residential neighborhood canals and Westerkerk (West Church). ...
... 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 ...