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 ...
... otherwise it was mostly meat, cheese, bread, beer and wine. HOME SWEET HOME! A few choice pictures to close blog 2.0 (sadly, no epic videos for the finale, no way to top the original, although we are pondering a quick divorce followed by weddings in June, September and November, thoughts?) Thank you so much for following and commenting on our travels, hope to connect with everyone in person soon once we trimmed down our photo collection to below the level of "tediously long"! M & ...
... fantastic. It was like Barkerville or Lower Fort Gary in calibre and the information board at each site, and a trusty free map in English really brought the place to life for us. I enjoyed a nice conversation with the attendant at the museum cafeteria. I was asking him how to say a few phrases in Dutch and he complimented me on my willingness to try. The Dutch are proud at how tricky their language is for those that speak ...
... work alongside van Gogh's) and then started to develop his own eye and style - and of course ended on the very top floor with the wheat field ones. It was really interesting, as I have always thought of poor old Vincent as a great painter but a lousy draftsman. Think of the chair. But clearly he learned to draw very well, but chose not to use the skill when his work became all about colour, paintwork and the surface.
Another little break to eat my ...