NH Den Haag
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... why the church is a mixture of wood, stone and bricks.
Although dry today it is cloudy and a little cooler than of late but still ok not to need a coat. It was sad to see families arriving yesterday with young children unable to play or ride their bikes because the rain was so heavy and persistent. Light rain has just started again after a dry and pleasant day. Plan A for tomorrow is to visit Den Haag again but the weather needs to co-operate.
In the morning we travelled to Corpus and looked at the human body. After that we set off to Den Haag to meet José at a restaurant. Due to Prinsjesdag however, we could not get to the restaurant as the way to it was cut off. We parked at the other end of he city and decided to walk. Prinsjesdag (English: Prince's Day) is the day on which the reigning monarch of the ...
Thursday 21st August 2014
Today was the cheese market in Gouda. The cheeses were laid out between the splendid stadhuis and the weigh house the helpers were traditionally dressed in their costumes. The men in black trousers and blue and white striped tee-shirts with red scarf secured with a little clog. The ladies in blue and white striped tops, neckerchief with red skirts and a traditional white ...
... turned out o.k. Came home then and went to buy some fish for dinner. 7 euro for 5 pieces of battered fish, which was very nice! With a home made salad. after dinner, Michael went to a mates place to watch the soccer game, and Tristan went out as well, so we had a nice, early night. Except that, every time Holland scored, there was a great hullabaloo I the street outside. Consequently we knew what the score was by the time the game was over, and we could guess that Holland had ...
... campground for the night-where we had to provide our own toilet paper, pay for hot water to wash dishes & although the showers were included in the price-they were the push button variety-where it literally only stayed on for a second! I decided after assisting Gracie to shower, it really wasn't worth the effort & skipped it. At $36-for the pleasure of sleeping on a bit of grass-without any extras-I would rather have found a free camping spot-although the ...