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... and made us feel very welcome. We had smoked Mackerel and Trout for dinner with the fish wrapped and delivered on the plate for us. The Mackerel in particular was superb. Franz is a very good artist and he showed me some of his art work. I especially liked the landscapes and he presented us with a tile made by his son which has one of his paintings on it which we very much ...
... We met his adorable cat. He has a great apartment with a balcony and a great view. We sat down and had apple tart and cream and coffee. It was delicious and very dutch. Then we walked to the train station and went to Den Hague. Den Hague was quite impressive with its modern buildings. We visited the town hall where Peter used to work. It was a bit white building, at least 10 stories. From the inside it looks like a prison with a big hall and walkway on all the floors ...
... control during Reformation, they took over Catholic church's and forced them to practice in secret. We then walked through the Jordan neighbourhood and ate our way out of a cheese museum and stumbled across a garden in a hidden courtyard. In the evening we enjoyed the Van Gogh museum and grazed for dinner in a shopping mart before relaxing at our hostel common ...
... followed by a "singing in the rain" moment :) Afterward, Dan and I went to the Rijksmuseum, which is the Dutch national history museum that just reopened after a 10 year renovation. It houses a huge Rembrandt wing, a number of his students at the Hague School, Van Gogh and other famous Dutch artists. I loved getting a piece of Dutch history, but the museum itself was the highlight. The cafe in the building is in the middle of the main lobby, which is a huge marble atrium. I ...
... of the icy shore up to the pier and back, stopping for dinner at the pancake house on the beachfront boulevard. I chose mince pancakes with a Duvel. Finally, after the crazy prices of Scandinavia food and especially beer is affordable once more!
We spent the evening teaching Jan Lina and Marielle to play Wippen the card game. There was an irony to Australians teaching Dutch to play a Dutch card game in English. Tomorrow, its off to ...