Hotel Novotel Den Haag City Centre
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... was walking around when he introduced us to her. Her name was Laxmi. Both of us were excited as Lucky introduced herself to Laxmi. However, Laxmi was a little shy of us. In the end we bought our bracelets from him and continued our journey back home.
On our way there is a sign which we always pass. There are these block letters in the park “I Amsterdam” with the letters “I am” in red. We decided to stop in this ...
Making the most of our long weekend we decided to make the most of our last day in the Netherlands by taking a train trip to Den Haag.
Den Haag is a 45 minute train ride from Amsterdam. It is where the Parliment, Supreme Court and the Council of State are. Upon arriving the town was pretty quite, being a Monday we thought it would be bussling ...
The beginning of the day was pretty cold so we kept warm by walking around. We looked around the court yard of the parliament building, the oldest building was from the 1300's, but that building is only used for ceremonial purposes now, the chambers that are used now are much newer. The entire complex is edged by a huge lake, I am not sure if this was originally a moat, or is natural, but it was very striking either way.
Just outside of ...
... enhanced when we check
into our hotel, The Mozaic. the Mozaic is a very charming boutique hotel located just outside the city centre. Stowed our bags, and headed off for a walk into the center. Word of
warning - when a receptionist tells you that the "walk into the city center takes about 20 minutes" don't believe them!! It ended up being closer to 45 minutes. Still, being the Netherlands, it was flat ...
... friends! Should be a crackin time! :)
AAANny way, enough about future stuff!...I'll fill you in on what's been the happy happs the past week!
After our little visit to Almere, we jumped on yet another train, which took us to the beautiful city of Haarlem. This city is so old, I think I read somewhere that it dates back to about the 10th century! So walking through the streets, it seems weird to say, but you can actually feel the history around you, in the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed