Parkhotel Den Haag
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We arrived in Keil, Germany refreshed, & having saved 2 days of driving. We were off the boat by 10:30am, so we just started driving again heading to Rotterdam which is near the hook of holland where we depart from on the 13/7/15. It took 2 days of driving with a stop off at a small village campground called De Koop. It was a huge caravan park, with heaps of permanent mobile homes, although there was nothing mobile about them. We decided to stay at The Hague for 4 ...
We stepped out of Centraal station after our train ride in from the airport at 7 in the morning. Words cannot really describe it and let's face it, my camera was the last thing I was reaching for. It was cold and misty and fairly dark with fairy lights hanging from centuries old buildings. Magical it was. Also ******* cold... My "go with it I know where I'm heading" attitude was probably not as confidence building to ...
... an unfortunately ridiculous amount of money on an undesirable ticket on a plane that wouldn't leave until 9:40 that night. Since we were over 9 hours early for our flight we weren't allowed through security and had to spend the day in the small airport area where the arrivals showed up. We people watched, waved at little kids, and saw the South Carolina basketball team, before deciding to get some food and lay around the airport more. ...
... In reality it was just a really old veggie market were everyone yells at you to buy bananas. The other half of the market resembled the cheap, tacky merchandise that could rival the old Queen Vic. Turks ran the show which felt like we had been transported back to the Turkish grand bazaar. Not good. I purchased some bananas and we made our way back to the hostel in the rain. We then trained it to Amsterdam where the smell of alcohol and weed were high in the air. The constant waft ...
... used to be the river that flowed through the city, Amster. Sure enough, when they dammed the river to make a city, they named it Amsterdam. She proved her point by pointing to the large pillar in the center of the square, "The Monument" and the palace at the far end, "The Royal Palace". We left the square, and went straight to the infamous Red Light District. It was pretty hard too call it risqué at 11:30 in the morning, but the coffee ...