Hampshire Hotel - Babylon Den Haag
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... carlsberg. Excellent. The only issue we had was the actors speaking Korean had been subtitled in Dutch and we couldn't figure out what the hell was going on! We went through the tourist booklet and picked out some cool things to see like an evolution science museum and a UN history house but it seems tourist attractions take a day off on Mondays and they were both closed. No school excursions for us on Monday. We ended up going to an 'antique market' the oldest in Europe, or so ...
... for it's chocolate but also it's great chips-served with delicious sauces of your choice. We enjoyed a hearty feast of fries before turning in for the night.
Next day we set out on a walking tour of the old centre which had been devised by our host. Brugge is known as the Venice of the North-mainly due to it's canals which over the centuries made it a very important trading port. With it's beautiful architecture & ambience it also reminded me of the ...
... sets of stairs to climb, I was exhausted. It was very tiny & consisted of four beds. All was well until we were screaming and jumped up on our beds, because..... There was a mouse. The most disgusting thing in the world. Melissa & I were screaming at the top of our lungs and trying to grab our stuff as quick as possible. We ended up asking someone else to grab our stuff for us as we were a little too frightened. We changed rooms all ...
... clearly their idea of comfortable is a lot different from what mine is. It was sad, as the massive press of humanity prevented one from getting any real feeling of what living "as silent as baby mice" must have been like for those eight poor people. However, everyone was very quiet and interested - it's hardly the sort of place you visit for a riotous good time. And it did give one a good sense of the place. Otto Frank, Anne's father and the only one to ...
... are just that, memories now. Bas gave me a present with cards and photos me and my brother had sent Oma (dads step mother) over the years. Arriving in Den Hague after being fed and watered we pulled up to Constance's house and set about getting mum up the stairs, Heiner helped with the bags and mum sat and talked for a while, then faded fast so we tucked her in bed, then hit ...