Moevenpick Hotel Den Haag - Voorburg
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A beautiful cool sunny day in Amsterdam had us visiting the famous Keukenhof gardens which are 60 formal acres of loads of tulips and all kinds of spring flowers.
We toured the countryside in this part of Holland seeing quaint dutch homes, windmills, and finally visited Volendam which is an old fishing village on a bay of the North Sea. …
Juan and I had been discussing what city we wanted to visit. We narrowed it down to Rotterdam and Den Haag. Both cities seemed to have a lot going for them and it was hard to narrow it down by using a list of activities to do there. We ended up going to Den Haag because it was only 5 minutes away instead of an hour away.
One of the things …
We woke up early so we could go back to Den Haag to check out some of the museums we missed out on the other day. We wanted to see the MC Esher museum. The plan was to go to Amsterdam at 7 or so after a nap so we could stay out very long. The last train to Amsterdam was at around 8 p.m., so we got the one before that in case there were any problems …
After a day in Dusseldorf, we were off to the Netherlands. First we had to catch a train at the airport. We got to the airport about an hour early to play it safe. We hung out inside the airport, but it was really cold. They didn't have heating inside. It was kind of like that in a lot of public places around Dusseldorf. The train station also didn …
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 ...
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