Moevenpick Hotel Den Haag - Voorburg
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... br> So off we go again, we wondered to the Reiksmuseum area (we didn't go in) and found the infamous I amsterdam sign, had a couple of photos taken and walked back to our hotel.
We decided to see the city on the canal in the evening and headed to the Blue Boat Canal Company opposite the Hard Rock Cafe. The cruise left at 8pm and lasted 90 minutes. It took us all over the city and showed us places we would never have seen by foot. We really enjoyed ...
... flight passes soon! This time, I fly with KLM. My seat is spacious so much that I can feel at home. I fell in love with KLM the moment I saw drinking cups and dishes. They were decorated with the Netherlands' traditional and popular things, Which I have known of; wooden shoes and bikes and tulips with KLM logs. Especially, the tray was cool! 3 inflight movies brought me to Amsterdam. I knew again how easy it was to spend 12hours in an aero plane! We are flying on ...
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 ...
... and despair he went through losing his whole family. We saw The original bookcase in front of the door of their hiding place, the pictures of movie stars Anne glued on the wall, and the diary itself. Her father said (tears in his eyes) that after reading it he doesn't think that any parent really knows their child. She masked so many deep thoughts and never really showed the hurt she was feeling. It was a very ...
... drink of every kind. The lower level is a train station that will take you virtually anywhere. We took the train into the city--a LONG way for about $4 each--way better than a taxi! The hard part was carrying, pushing, & pulling our suitcases and backpacks from the platform to the station, and then to the taxi stand--must have been at least 1/2 mile with several steep uphill grades.
A very short (and spendy) taxi trip brought us to ...