Hampshire Hotel - Babylon Den Haag
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... but it was still warm enough to want to swim. I wondered why more people weren’t in the water. Well, the water is freezing! It made for a very refreshing swim, to say the least. I spent the rest of the day just relaxing on the beach, and I ordered a salad at the beach club for dinner.
I left in the evening before dark and took the long train ride back to Maarssen, during which I read an ebook. Doesn’t get much ...
... that is the original name of the Grote Kerk in the center of town, when it was still Catholic. During the Reformation the Protestants claimed it, and when Catholicism was again allowed, the Catholics built their own cathedral and kept the name. It is amazingly ornate on the outside--perhaps we'll get to see inside it sometime. Sometime? Yes--both of us are already feeling that we won't have enough time in Holland, and are talking of coming back, perhaps for a ...
... which was more spacious than I had thought. Matthew then took us into Old Rijswijk where I was introduced to croquettes and Anne tried some pink beer. Hilde came home from work around 6.30pm. She is a lovely person and made us feel very welcome. This evening Matthew and Hilde introduced us to Rummykins? We played a couple of games and I nearly won both of ...
... of the beer was real interesting as well as the tour itself, we spent a solid 2 1/2 hours there and got some cool memorabilia. Next bike mission (good thing no DIC biking) was Vondelpark, the biggest park near Amsterdam city. It was so nice and so many people just relaxing or biking around, we biked the whole park and chilled in the sun for a bit. (Nice 25 degrees of sun) We then headed towards the hotel and stopped at a bar by our area ...
... a drink before picking up Deejay. We walked around for ages and ages and somehow ended up a kilometre from home in the big square again wit heaps of pubs. We went to a place called coco's outback which had really cheap drinks. I got somethig called a Steiner which ended up being a litre of beer. The place was so busy and understaffed so it all took ages. I also got a really good veggie burger. We decided we'd come back for happy hour and tipsy ran for the tram to pick ...