Hotel Novotel Den Haag City Centre
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... took us to the Beach Volleyball world championships too and also a town called Delft. We rode up and down the beach (with very cold water) and also got introduced to dinking (sitting on the racks on the back of a bicycle - not the most comfortable transport option). There were some more great meals and we had a generally relaxed time.
In the end we had to say goodbye and we now find ourselves at the airport to Rome with the next few weeks in Italy and ...
... Lydia-Beth had told us about a flower market so we thought that would a good place to start. We found it, and there were so many different types of tulips that we'd never seen before, it was very cool! They were all sorts of colours, some mixed together, & some had petals that looked like feathers. We then went into about 3 or 4 little cheese shops talk about yummy, the nice lady in one of the shops put together a wee ...
... we went over to the Peace Palace. Th building houses the International Court of Justice which is the primary judiciary bod of the United Nations. The Palace was completed in 1913 and was financed by Andrew Carnegie. The building was built to house the Permanent Court of Arbitration in response to the 1899 Hague Peace Conference. Examples of cases tried here include the detainment of United States diplomatic staff in Tehran in 1980, Bosnian genocide trail in 1997, and the trial ...
On the cruise over to the Sea Palace, Scottie decides he is going to do a speech. Its pretty decent, he runs through all the highlight of the tour, with all the shena****ns and alike mentioned. Coming to an end though he drops a major bomb and reveals that this is in fact his first ever tour. Before doing this he has been an onsite team member but not ever traveled with a group.
Its pretty incredible that he kept his story straight ...
So today I rode on a bike to the city centre! It was intense. Bikes, cars, trams and prams came from every direction! And not to mention that the bike is a bit big for me so stopping and starting was pretty difficult to say the least. We got into the center and went to this amazing place called 'Wok to Walk'. Sooo delicious! Now I am sitting in the park listening to music and shooing pigeons ...