Moevenpick Hotel Den Haag - Voorburg
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We had a smooth run to Voorburg by train. Paula met us at the station which was close to their place. We relaxed over a cup of tea and caught up with developments, especially regarding Pit. Enjoyed getting to know Spike, the most recent canine member of their family. None of their 4 offspring were home so we enjoyed an adult only meal together. Luke is a fine cook. We showed photos of our wedding and sorted arrangements for the next few days.
... of us at the passenger terminal - straight onto the ship but had to wait until 1:30pm to get into our cabin. Spent the time at a table in the buffet restaurant and had a light lunch.
The ship and the cabin are excellent and the condition is the best we have experienced on our cruises so far. The cabins have been recently refurbished and it looks like new. We are on Deck 9 and our cabin is under"a large overhang so that will protect us from the sun ...
... get only a few seconds to bid on the flowers before they are sold and passed on
to the new owner. On January 1, 2008 the auction company merged with its
biggest competitor FloraHolland.
Then we went to visit one of the Netherlands open-air museums, a cultural journey into the past to experience first-hand, the Dutch maritime tradition. We saw ...
The Hat set sail from the "Skinny Bridge".
Freed by a sudden gust of wind and loose from its tether off it sailed North Westwards up the Amstel. Narrowly avoiding two, glass topped, pleasure cruisers and a police launch it quickly gathered momentum using both wind and current.
Turning right at the New Herengraght canal it slipped easily and confidently under the footbridge.
I watched its ...
... and surrounding events. Measuring 18 feet, 7 inches by 27 feet, it is the largest painting in the museum and it is truly awesome. Napoleon's pistols are in an adjacent display case. We are unwilling to leave the Rijksmuseum without taking another look at 'The Night Watch'; it is a good thing that we saw it two days ago, as we have no chance of getting anywhere near it today.
We are told that tulip time is Amsterdam's busiest season, and ...