Van Der Valk Hotel Den Haag-Nootdorp
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... maker. The clog maker, Bart, showed us how he made the clogs on machines that are almost 80 years old. Its their birthday tomorrow. (A little dutch humour) Essentially a chunk of wood is put into the machine and then it cuts the shape of the clog based on a mould. Then it's put into a second machine to carve out the inside. The only manual part is at the end where he cut off then ends and shaped them. Then they are hung for two weeks to dry (the wood is still green when ...
... oh those little petit pooches! Oh I miss them so! Jess also ate some raw pickled herring- god that was disgusting- luckily a dog finished it off before she had to eat the whole thing!
After lunch we walked around the Rijks museum because Jess wanted to see the Night Watchman painting... me? I don't really get art so spent most of the time looking for couches to sit on while she looked at the paintings- I felt like the guy in ...
... to align her internship with my long service leave so at least we could at least be in the same continent at the same time. It's also great to both be away from work and canberra for a few months. I haven't been enjoying my work for some time and Anna has been working ridiculously hard for minimal appreciation. After she had to go back through security not once but twice after not giving her parents the car parking ticket and then the wrong ticket before ...
... this one), the Magna shopping complex and more old buildings and bicycles in the Jordaan suburb. We saw a sign saying 'Homomonument'. We thought this was a mistranslation of english but alas it was not; Commissioned by the Homomonument Society it is a war memorial to victims and WWII and homosexuals who were persecuted at the time .
It was very busy inside the Anne Frank ...
We got up at 4:30am got in the car and drove to the Genova airport. It was dark and James directed us to the Airport. We had no idea where to leave the hire car, luckily there was a guy in a high vis jacket. We stopped and asked him where to return hire cars. We had to drive to a multi story carpark, find our way in and get to the floor that Europe Car have returns. We managed all that and then walked to the airport. The line up for Easy jet ...