Mercure Hotel Den Haag Leidschendam
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... SatNav also didn't offer any assistance by giving me a couple bum steers. Eventually we made it into the city, arriving at our hotel's address to find nothing but industry. Pete rectified the situation by selecting the correct suburb in the SatNav. Luckily the road was correct, it was really 3 minutes down the road. The hotel is vey unique, it stands out and can be seen from a far. It is part of much larger complex, consisting of a train and bus ...
... steep except that I had to climb into a very small lift with all the suit cases in it! We had some time to relax and look at some other sights that we had not yet noted down, as we sat down to the noise of screaming children because our hotel is next to a small school. Soon after we decided to walk around a couple of blocks to see a bit of Amsterdam. And the main problem we noticed was that there were too ...
... city being build on reclaimed land and most buildings are on piles of wood) and bridges. For lunch we headed to a small pub (The Hoffe) which had excellent food. I got to try a Dutch meal of beef croquettes which tasted exactly like Oma's homemade croquettes. Not sure what kind of meat Oma uses but they definitely reminded me of hers, just a lot bigger! Maggie got a goat cheese salad & tomato soup. With the weather turning a little nicer as ...
This past weekend we jet-setted to the land of street fries, canals, and prostitution. More commonly known as Amsterdam. We arrived late Friday evening and began our activities early Saturday morning with a canal tour. Canal tours are very popular in Amsterdam due to the hundreds of canals and bridges that interwind and merge all throughout the city. Unfortunately the weather was alternating between misting, light snow, and hail making it difficult to see through the ...
... near there with a lovely old man running it who threw in some free gifts with our purchases! We then ventured to the main shopping district in Amsterdam and had a look around there, had Argentinian for lunch (into the South American foods at the moment!) and continued to wander the canals and shops after that. We also managed to quickly get to the iconic I Amsterdam sign and do some goofy photos (of course), ...