Steigenberger Kurhaus Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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Today, I went to Den Haag (The Hague). The Hague is about an hour away from Amsterdam. Den Haag is the third largest city in Amsterdam and is the seat of the Dutch government. The Hague was heavily damaged during WWII. At one point, after the war, Den Haag was the largest building site in Europe.
We started out walking around Binnenhof. Binnenhof is a 13th century Gothic castle. This complex served as a seat of Dutch government off and on until 1992. The Ridderzaal is the ...
... for the next train to Brugge exactly an hour later. So, wandering around the Antwerp train station – and waiting. Right on schedule, the train pulled in, we hopped on immediately (this was the last one of the day). And off we went to Brugge and our hotel (right at the train station) – whew!! In hindsight, it was good planning to have a hotel so close to the train. A good night sleep before exploring ...
... erected including a huge Ferris wheel, a Maypole-like spinning ride and a barrel bungee drop. There was also "Real American popcorn."
After lunch, we headed to the Van Gogh museum only to be met with Disney-land length lines. We had pre-purchased tickets from the hotel concierge which put us in the so-called fast lane. After 15 minutes with no forward progress, our traveling companion Ann approached the head of security. He said they did not anticipate such ...
... Perhaps she was one who knew the rules of the road!!
Green and away I go across this massive junction of trams and all. I found it rather hard at these large junctions to actually understand where I was meant to go and so simply just followed the bicycles and cars etc and finally parked up beside another large bike in a rather busy shopping street.
With the bike parked up I then went to explore the city and found myself wandering along a nice street full of shops of all ...
... egotistical, Bulgarian motivational speaker. His key to success was to control your BMS (body, soul, mind) with VDA (vision, decision, action). Thomas later told me he was actually a Dutch man impersonating a Bulgarian with an American accent! The next day, I went on a run through Vondelpark which is known as the "lungs of Amsterdam" and reminds me of a smaller Golden Gate Park. The sun was peaking through the clouds. About 200 feet from the hotel, I was caught by a rain downpour ...