Hampshire Hotel - Babylon Den Haag
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... t get through, we decided to watch the golden carriage. Later in the afternoon we still caught up with José which was lovely. On the way back to the car we walked past a little boutique where Emma snapped up cool pants for €3, a t-shirt for €1 and a dress for € 2! Satisfied with our purchases we drove to Hilversum to meet Josca, Bouwe, Anouk & ...
... m/way all the way to Ijmuiden which is near Amsterdam and the port where I get my ferry home to UK.
Rather than sit on these boring m/ways all day and due to the fact I had loads of time to kill I thought I would head slightly north and take the A7 road right across the Waddenzee waters.
As I was to discover, this is one ,mighty long section of road and certainly seems much longer than it looks on a map. Look on any map and you will see it directly north of Amsterdam ...
... 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 ...
... friend's last name is Pancake, he could never run for parliament with a name like that. When people didn't have a last name, they identified themselves by the sign that would hang on their house, for example if you were a dentist you could have the picture of a tooth. I think that it really is quite ingenious in a time when most people were illiterate. We saw the infamous red light district on the tour. I couldn't believe that women were just sitting there in windows waiting ...
... produce to make dinner - learning a bit of history while we were at it! The cold weather was a surprisingly nice change, and after a final un-dutch breakfast (vegemite on toast) we were on the train to central Amsterdam. The first day we were welcomed to Amsterdam with some serious rain, of which we were a little unprepared! It was a perfect day to sit in a 'brown cafe' (different from "coffee" shops) and drink ...