Mercure Hotel Den Haag Central
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... and women. He died a poor man and his family had him buried standing to save on the expensive ground space. His wife had to sell one of his paintings to pay the bread bill. The New Church was built when a beggar had a vision of a golden church in the market place of Delft, this was in 1351 and subsequently others had the vision too and in 1381 building began. It took so long to complete, however that the cheapest materials of the time were used ...
... around the corner, Max found a pet shop...of course Max found a pet shop. He reported a tarantula, a friendly cat who came to him for cuddles and chameleons...no reports of a hedgehog though. He took me there yesterday and sure enough the cat comes straight up to him again. He has something special going on with animals this boy of ours. The cat actually liked Harley too but I think it made him worry about our own left behind at home.
... and checked in, naturally we took a nap so we could be functioning for an evening in Brussels. When we woke up we showered and changed before heading out to walk around and see what we would find. We ended up meandering to a group of streets full of restaurants and little shops where we stopped for dinner outside. As we were sitting there the group of guys who came to Brussels (and called it "bro-ssles") walked by so we said hi ...
Today I am hanging out with my Oma and Uncle Frank's mum. Today we went to meet my Oma's uncle, then went to my uncle's mum's sister's place to meet her. After lunch we went to Madurodam which is a small version of Holland and the part that interested me were the boats and the amazing buildings. Then went to my great aunty's house for dinner, it was ...
... home and Miep, one of the helpers gave him Anne's diary he was hesitant to read it because she had not wanted him to when she was alive. When he read it and found that her life aspiration was to be a published author, he had to fulfill her dream. The book is now published in over 80 languages and is one of the most well known diaries ever written. She was only a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl at the time, but the tragic story serves as ...