Moevenpick Hotel Den Haag - Voorburg
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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.
... attire showed us how a simple block of wood can be transformed into a wooden shoe in mere minutes (using machines of course). She also explained why these shoes were so popular amongst the Dutch and encouraged us to purchase our very own pair of "klompen" (clogs). Tempting, but no...I did buy a few small souvenirs and now have a new appreciation for the clog style of shoes, which are quite popular all over the world!
... for the most part!) kid I am, I chose not to take part in the activities that make Amsterdam famous, but I still had an excellent time. We went on bicycle tours, paddle boat tours, and walked around the city. Amsterdam is beautiful, with just as many canals as roads. The only part I didn't like was that our hostel was under construction, so we didn't get to sleep much. But who's got time to sleep when you have an opportunity like mine right? Next stop ...
... with a wide variety of "artefacts", ranging from 18th century cigarette card photos of scantily-clad ladies, to porcelain models of lady bits, and some rather scary bondage-wear and modern art on the 3rd and 4th floors. We stopped for a rest on the 4th floor - Mr H choosing a giant cock and balls to sit on, whilst I posed behind the wooden boards with face cut outs, rather like you find at the seaside, only more risque. The photos say it all really.
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... loved every moment and room. She embraced the photos, stood in awe of being in the same space as the Franks, gazed to her hearts content. The rooms were crowed but we took all the time she wanted. There is no furniture in the rooms but a model and photos show how they were. There were screens with tapes of some of the persons telling the story. There were pages of her actual diary to view. BUT there is no photography allowed so she could not document any ...