NH Den Haag
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... There's no public access except on select days, but I was able to see it from the outside and wander through the visitors centre. I'm now back up to speed on the workings of the ICJ.
While I was there, there was some information on the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (or the ICTY). A quick look on Google revealed it was only a few blocks away, there was a trial today, and public were allowed access.
I almost ran out the ...
... doing it a second time, but how many times does a person want to go to Delft? So, we asked at the information desk, mixed up which platform we were going to, had to run back to the front of the station to look at the main board, then run back to the platform. The train was still stopped on the platform with the doors open when we got to the top of the stairs, but they closed when were a few feet away, and left without us. Which, ...
I hope you are all prepared for flower-o-rama as today Truus and Rene took us to the Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe. It is the world's second largest flower garden following Dubai Miracle Garden. Unfortunately because Holland didn't have much of a winter this year Spring came early which meant the tulips were out early and a lot of there ...
... illusions. The museum was also full of wonderful chandeliers made by the Rotterdam artist Hans van Bentem. There were violins, a skull and crossbone, a vase among many others. So really in essence there were three museums in one. A very very interesting place, and one which I would definitely return too! Entry was 9 euros and worth every cent! After a good few hours in the museum, the four of us went for a wander up the sand, tree lined ...
... kind of like someone took a swamp and made it beautiful. There is water everywhere, but it is very tidy. The water is in channels and then all of the homes and gardens are elaborate and well maintained. It was also fun for cycling. I was able to stop and pick blueberries today. I saw a peacock. I rode through gated fields with sheep. I got stuck once when a cow was blocking a gate (I'm afraid of cows. I admit ...