Hotel Novotel Den Haag City Centre
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Today has been a very relaxed day as we recover from our excesses from the night before and I pack and get ready to head to Portugal for two weeks. I leave in less than an hour, which is really exciting, but also a bit sad as I leave Anna behind to continue chasing war criminals, but it's good to have her all settled in, comfortable and I'm actually a bit jealous that she will be around for the Netherlands world cup Semi-final game (and hopefully ...
... wine, cognac and scotch. I discovered my new favourite store, but cannot afford to spend there, the clothing shop Scotch and Soda, how could i not go in?
We were attacked by wild animals (devil farm cat) discovered new toys, especially the electric fly swat.
We walked km's, we climbed stairs, actually we climbed many many many stairs. we sat in cars, we rode on trains, we dinged the bell on the trams. We crossed roads and dodged bikes we ate ...
... There was a CHURCH and a KINDERGARTEN! Which to me is crazy but to the Dutch, I guess not. No matter how different the red light district was, it has awesome food, awesome shopping and some really cool places to see! Whilst in Amsterdam, I also saw Anne Franks house, did a canal bike ride, a canal cruise and ate at a floating restaurant..... And may have gotten a new tattoo and ...
... jokes'. From here we whacked out the map and decided to find the gallery. On our way we passed a cheese museum with free samples of different cheese including PESTO CHEESE! I had to try some. We both thought this was weird but one of the best things ever - if you like pesto. Soon after this we stumbled upon a little market place with loads of old things being sold. Including old postcards. Some of these had writing on the back. I picked out a few which I liked - ...
... to St Goar. Saw a few castles but none looked like those ones in the fairy tales. Quite interesting but think that a two week Rhine river cruise (as currently in vogue) would be far too much. Strolled around St Goar and visited a couple of tourist haunts - a cuckoo clock shop and supposedly the world's biggest beer stein shop. Another two hours on the bus to Mannheim - a relatively small German city but quite large by our standards because Germany has a population of over 80 ...