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... the evening on the Harbour. Hilde had booked the Pancake Cruise. It was a lovely evening and a great way to see the Port of Rotterdam and the city skyline as the sun set. Also heaps of food, pancakes with fruit, pancakes with chocolate, bacon, etc, plus lots of other food as well. My type of evening. Thankfully we walked a little of it off as we made our way ...
Day Six Monday, May 19, 2014 Haarlem to Bruges (via The Hague)
We bid good-by to Haarlem and Amsterdam and set off by train to The Hague. We had made arrangements with the "Hague Greeters" to meet Maarten Kop, a volunteer, to give us a walking tour of The Hague.
We knew there are two train stations in The Hague, so we bought a ticket to the Central Station. In Carolyn's brain, that ...
... on our bus.... THE most boring tour we have ever been on!!!!! " and on your left is a square building.....and on your right is another square building " ......you get the picture!! Then we went to the diamond factory...couldn't hear the guide....so we played hooky...told her I wasn't feeling well, jumped into a cab and came home! Went to our favourite little bar for some eten and drinken and came home for a night at the ranch.....'twas good. Maybe shopping tomorrow ...
... but its not something that I'd do again. After the show we checked out the red light district. There was ladies in windows, some with curtains open and some closed, there was clouds of marajuana smoke coming out of the coffee shops, there was people everywhere! The craziest thing was that the two most unexpected buildings were in the heart of the red light district. ...
... found it pretty easy and even passed Anne Franks house on our way so decided we would go later in the evening because the queue to get in was MASSIVE! We stayed in the square for a bit and then started wandering off to find some lunch. We saw a few places but nothing that we were totally sold about. We then found a Japanese place (I've never had Japanese before). It was really nice food - I had a noodle and chicken thing - but the lady serving had a right attitude ...