Novotel Den Haag World Forum
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... as expected, they were delicious. We had to then buy a bag of them for our dessert today as I feel sure they are wholesome and calorie free. We lunched at a very nice place called Zebedeus, where we tried the lobster soup which was a first for us both and very nice too. We also went to the royal palace which is, as expected less grand than Buckingham Palace, interestingly there are ...
The tiny stairs are built for little feet. They wind up 3 floors to our apartment. I have no idea how Mark managed to get all of our luggage up here. I think we owe him something! A modern little haven high up. We have 2 bedrooms, with ours up another spiral staircase to a little loft. It is modern and warm as toast - floor heating, wood fired warmth from the fire downstairs and all the mod cons we could hope for....nespresso, washer, everything to cook with, ...
... it didn't seem to be in much of a rush, and turns out the train does not take 10 minutes, but a full hour. At this point we were a little stressed, and running later than planned. We walked out of the station only to realize that we were not at the airport, despite the stations deceiving name (Airport). We still would need to take a bus to get there, and at this point we knew we wouldn't make it. We headed back to the ...
Not much to say really. We arrived, walked through suburbia to our hostel and it rained the entire time we were there. The first night we wanted to do something 'normal' so we grabbed some popcorn and settled in for a movie at the theatre. As the previews began I was looking around to discover where all these popping sounds were coming from. In Holland, the most unregulated country in the world, they are allowed to drink beer at the cinema and all these 'popping' sounds were people ...
... prostitution. This one went through Amsterdam's history with prostitution and the Red Windows from De Wallen. There was exhibitions of fashion, replicas if red windows and the rooms they worked in. All sorts of instruments for all sorts of fetishes were on display. It was fairly short and only took an hour to see and read everything they had. Worked oh perfect timing as I had enough time to get back and meet my new friends from the hostel for ...