Moevenpick Hotel Den Haag - Voorburg
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... of the Berlin Wall there which we got to touch and feel the bullet holes which were in it. Then there was a huge status of the man who united Germany again after all the wars named Wilhelmin, Kais the Great. Another interesting fact is at if you are building something underground you need to get a specialised bomb squad to check all the area before you start building because there are so many unfound bombs and things still ...
Well we have now been and done Amsterdam where met up with our traveling companions Cheryl and John.
Day 1 saw us take a bus to the little town of Zaanse Schans.
It has a collection of well-preserved historic windmills and houses.The Zaanse Schans is one of the popular tourist attractions of the region. The ...
Our host had given us a few tips on what to do and where to go, we had planned to get up early and go to the Anne frank house like he said. We set our alarm a few time, but just didn't get up in time.we biked in town, after a few mishaps of the bikes, and swapping them around cos of Stacey's height issue, but once we finally made it in we were quick to realise why we had to get there early. The line was insanely long, too long to even think about jumping in, so we went for a little ...
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 ...
... close to my hotel, so I assumed that was it. I didn't feel like walking all the way back, and there was a handy tram nearby that went right back to Dam Square. So I took the tram and it was very quick.
When I got to the building, however, I discovered it wasn't where the museum collection was. It was some sort of digital exhibit. So I did the smart thing for once and got out my guidebook. The Hermitage museum turned out to be on the east side of central ...