NH Den Haag
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... ever been to - the location in the botanic gardens was really beautiful, the crowd was generally older and really chilled, the organisation was brilliant and, in addition to the bands, the gardens were dotted with science exhibitions and experiments, comedians and great little nocks and crannies where you could escape the crowds. The Jezabels were fantastic and we spent a really great few hours listening to music, exploring the exhibits and gardens, ...
Holland in a nut shell,
We came, we saw, we ate..........We arrived and greeted by family at the airport, we went to the restaurant where Dad had eaten with the family 30 years ago- we ate, so it begins.
We traveled on Dykes and drove over the hills of Holland (all 7 of them), saw more Dykes than you can stick a finger in at the Amsterdam Pride parade. Travelled the canals, wandered the streets, and many a time lost our way. We travelled ...
... to Escher Museum: $12
- Train from The Hague to Amsterdam return: $25
- Train from The Hague to Rotterdam return $12
- One day tram ticket around the Hague: $10
- Single tram ticket: $3
Average Daily Spend per person: $95
Transport there for both of us: $1,260
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $2,000
... all over Amsterdam. We purchased a candlestick holder as well as a charm for my Pandora bracelet as souvenirs here. It was such a lovely day that we walked all along the canal into Delft which took around thirty minutes. We loved watching some of the bridges open up to allow boats through along the way.
Once in Delft we spent some time looking at the lovely canals, the ...
Had another great weather day in Deflt. Rain was forecast a couple days ahead, but we were again blessed with mostly clear skies, though much cooler. Hildrun, Amanda, and I led the group on
the Delft permanent walk that ended up being about 12 km. Lovely city similar in many ways to Bruges - both part of the Lowland Countries historically, both laced with canals, both prosperous