Hotel Novotel Den Haag City Centre
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Hilde and Matthew took us through to Delft after we all had a lazy morning. Delft is a must for anyone visiting The Netherlands. Apart from being made famous by Vermeer, the old town has kept its quaint, historical feel. Between massive churches, open markets, canals, great eateries in its two squares, it is idyllic to visit. We then took the train to Rotterdam ...
... clubbing. We rode back towards home and stopped for paninis and then rode back to the bike hire place. Nim and Lia dropped off the bike but I kept mine. We went back home and ran into this guy who I used to go to school with which was very strange. He is in Amsterdam applying for a job because he's trying to live here for the next few months. After speaking to him I dropped a load of washing off at a laundry, went home, watched game of thrones, picked it up and then we went ...
... like to join us for dinner and he said it would be his honour. Firstly, we went back to his house to feed the cat and then took his car to the restaurant. On request by us we went to an Indonesian and a 'rice table', an Indonesian buffet with roughly 15 dishes. It was good food, just as was expected. Peter returned us to the hotel and we said our goodbyes. Pieter said he hoped to see Peter in New Zealand some time. It was sad to say goodbye. Thank you, Peter, for the great day ...
... We decided to tackle the canal ride, Sex Museum and Red Light District. And we did it! The canal ride was beautiful, the Sex Museum was... Interesting. And the Red Light District was exactly what it's made out to be.. a bunch of girls in windows with red lights! Pretty basic! So glad that we got to experience all of the stereotypical things in Amsterdam!
That brings us to today! We slept in, woke up and had some breakfast. Then went out for ...
... of course I had expected) plus another 5 or so as we just had to troop through the door, getting our tickets scanned. And the Museum was very interesting (though still more crowded than I would have liked!) - starting on the lowest floor with van Gogh's very earliest stuff, which was really rubbish, poor man, and then showed his development as he first learned to draw and paint as he was taught by a succession of teachers (they displayed some of the ...