Hampshire Hotel - Babylon Den Haag
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Travel Blogs from The Hague
... a bit like a Butlins with everything possible going for it, but at least we have a pitch of our own tonight, as well as electric and showers and pancakes for dinner. I washed a few undies to keep us going until we get home and hung them up like flags from our chairs, luckily it was sunny and windy so hopefully all will be dry by bedtime.
Tomorrow we have to leave by about 12.00 to catch the ferry back to Harwich and then meet ...
... ate in parks, we ate in Bars, we ate in homes, we ate on the run, we broke bread with family we broke bread with new friends. We ate from the BBQ and the Big Green Egg.
Most of all we experienced Love, the love from a family who live too far away.
The clouds have opened today with heavy rain perhaps in sadness of us leaving or maybe joy of our departure. you decide.
Now for sunny Dubai to top up our tans.
... your bag. And it smells. It smells horrible, of feet and boys and sweat, it's real nasty. I know I sound like a princess, but it's awful, and the reason we have been staying out so late each night! We kicked off Amsterdam with a walking tour, again it was brilliant, you see parts of the city you wouldn't have found and we learnt the history worth knowing. Past threw the infamous red light district, literally girls in the windows, our guide was ...
... restored sailing boats and then climbed to the top of Nemo to enjoy the view over Amsterdam. We then walked across a footbridge to the Amsterdam library where we took the elevator to the 7 th floor for a beautiful view of the harbour and amsterdam. We wandered along the canal and through an archway to a park and garden along a canal behind a row of apartments. We say in the sun ...
... market. The only interesting par was a one hour canal cruise through the older parts of Amsterdam. Originally we were due to stay in Amsterdam for the night but Trafalgar Tours changed the hotel booking, fortunately, to The Hague which is the administrative centre of the Netherlands about 50km north. Arrived about 20:30 and went for a walk along really delightful shopping streets/lane ways so different to the shabbiness of Amsterdam. Wrote blog and ...
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