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... them and into the cafés so they are all warm. The smoking culture seems much bigger here...not the weed variety, I just mean the cigarette variety. Weed deserves a post all it's own.
There are more bikes than people. That's what Ester and Mark tell us and we totally believe them. It is craziness. I was all for doing some biking around Adam but now it feels so crazy...tram lines, cars and bikes all basically sharing the same place. ...
... great art galleries (called museums here). Our favourites were taking an evening canal cruise on an open deck barge (stay away from the advertised tourist boats) and wandering the amazing parks. You will find the open deck barges in the canal that runs through the red light district and for very little cost you can sip champagne, cruise the gorgeous canals and photograph the famous 7 ...
Matthew showed us around Den Haag today. We went to the Mauritshuis Musuem to see the painting, The Girl with the Pearl Earring. It is a small, but very impressive museum which has only just re-opened after a major upgrade. Not all of Vermeer's paintings are here (most are in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which we will see Friday), however his most famous painting The Girl with ...
... tour began. The most direct route was through the Red Light District so we walked around the outskirts (there were far more restaurants and shops than anything else). Our canal pizza tour was fairly interesting. It was neat to navigate the city in a way that was different than on the streets. Of course when we started it was bright and hot, but by the end it had cooled a bit and we could actually see something other than glare on ...
Today is our last day….we set off from Weert about 10.00am for the longest drive of the trip..all of 117 miles, most of it on motorway. As it was Sunday it was reasonably quiet and we made good time. We stopped a couple of times, once for gas and once for lunch/pee. We missed the junction for the way to the campsite and ended up in the middle of Den Haag, but then trusted Silly Emily to lead us, which she did. This is a ...