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I had a very relaxing week back in The Hague, enjoying some home cooked meals, catching up on a number of housekeeping tasks and spending evenings and the weekend with Anna. The weather was definitely not as I had left it and very Melbourne like, with 4 seasons on any given day so there was not a lot of incentive to brave the outdoors, but I managed to catch up on a lot of sleep, spend endless hours on the phone to call centres dealing ...
... home but it ended up being super late so we checked deejay in and went to another bar club place nearby. We had one round of shots but it was kinda **** and weird so we went off. A guy hustled us into this bar with pretty damn cheap drinks and we stayed there for ages and ages, doing shots and making friends. I made friends with this guy Moses who claimed to be Portuguese Egyptian and own a chain of restaurants, but later a Dutch guy told me he just works for his uncle in ...
... news is that trains run every few minutes between the stations – and we caught the next one. There was Maarten waiting for us, as planned.
Maarten is a retired travel professional who walked us around The Hague for four hours and showed us the highlights of this important city – from the Peace Palace (the international court of dispute resolution between countries) to the Dutch Parliament, ...
... cheese, samples everyone & than leaves. We all went in and did that and man was it glorious. She brought us to our tall and bright hostel right before the downpour, we were super appreciative. We got into our hostel after climbing the ridiculously steep stairs that are like climbing a later (no exaggeration) and came to the front desk. Located in our hostel is a smoking room as well. Our room was located on the top floor so we had ...
... maybe because it had fewest visitors) and bedroom from his paintings.
The main reason I had gone was to see the collection of etchings, which is apparently the finest in the world - they have almost a complete set of which only a small fraction is ever on display.
The display was not huge, but pretty representative - a lot of the Bible story ones, sweet and loose, as well as the much more detailed, finely worked up ones; some ...