Moevenpick Hotel Den Haag - Voorburg
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... Right out in the open. Unbelievable. All you stoners out there, gotta come here...this is Marijuana Mecca! Sorry to disappoint, but we did not partake. I was amazed that they sell cookies, candies, soft drinks and everything else you can imagine laced with pot. Not making a value judgment. Just an observation.
We ended up having dinner at a small burger and beer joint. Nice place, again filled with nice people. ...
... was going to be like. It was no where near as extreme as I thought. i was expecting a 24 hr Kings cross with drugs and drunks galore. it couldnt be further from the truth. amsterdam has a history of being an alternate, hip, calm, inclusive city. The history sets the tone for the city as everyone we encountered were overly laid back, welcoming and friendly its not funny, it could be something in the air. Amsterdam ...
... this camera takes good photos, what is it?" Yeah, buddy, I just leave it on a wall somewhere while I go and have coffee and when I come back it's taken a couple of Gigs of great photos. Makes travelling a breeze.
So then off I stomped, taking a long way around, to the Rijksmuseum, which is literally a couple of blocks away. Amsterdam consists of a series of concentric rings of canals, with radiating streets, so it's very easy to navigate. I ...
Laan van Heldenburg 18 Place where dad was born in 1918. Gerard and Harry were born in Rotterdam. Beautiful street with houses from 1913. Bicycle shop on the corner since 1930. Walked till 1.30 pm looking at the Gerenstraat, more haring and coffee and chocolate. Went to Scheveningen by bus - amazing place by the sea. More haring then a team and train back to Leiden. Great dinner at Mariekes house- it was her burthday! Annemiek and Jeroon case ...
... three times before deciding that the restaurant Dmitriy had marked did not exist. We were now in what looked like the touristy shopping district and were unsure of our next move. Pretty frustrated we decided to just eat at a little Doner Kabob shop, of which there are hundreds in this city. This shop had five little tables and a very friendly owner. I have to say, for a 17 euro meal, it was just what we wanted. Dmitriy had a shawarma wrap and I had a falafel wrap, both filled ...