Moevenpick Hotel Den Haag - Voorburg
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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In a darker era of Amsterdam's history a little girl wrote a diary of her life while hiding during the second world war. Her father's office building still stood and had been refurbished to make it a lasting reminder of what her family endured through those years. It was a powerful experience to have read the book and then see exactly where all her stories took place. The whole operation relied heavily on the ...
... they must display a large yellow star on their clothing when in public. Otto decided it best to go into hiding before the Germans dragged them off to a concentration camp. Along with seven other members of her family Anne goes into hiding, living in a small annex above her fathers shop committing to a confined life. A passage way leads to the very small annexe which is covered by a bookcase on hinges. Inside the annexe ...
... the Red Light District, not window shopping but going to see it for myself. As I’d been told before, there wasn’t really a sense that most of the women in their windows were trying to be sexy; they were just animated mannequins, live advertisements. With neither prostitutes nor the scores of coffeeshops (the ones that sell weed and other giggly goodies) on my agenda, I returned to the hostel, where I planned for the next day and chatted to a Russian bloke who’d ...
... was a few on every street it seemed, and most (excluding the touristy ones) looked as natural as any other shop. We checked into our hostel (complete with it's own 'smoking' room on the ground floor) and then set-off on a quick walk of the inner city to find our bearings. Being a Saturday, the streets were filling up fast and just like all of the other European cities we have been to so far, the atmosphere only gets better as the hours go on! We wandered around the ...
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 ...