Van Der Valk Hotel Den Haag-Nootdorp
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... canal for some breakfast. On the way, Daniel and I decided that to fit in, we should make up a word that sounds Dutch and put it in our sentences when talking to Dad. Our made up Dutch word is 'schlaucheijkn', which is pronounced 'shlaken', but I feel to be a justifiably Dutch word it also needs to be spelt ridiculously. After we finished breakfast, we jumped on the tram that took us right into Amsterdam Centraal, got our tickets and headed off ...
... They all have many floors, four or more and are very narrow one is just 1500mm wide! This is because the government previously had taxed buildings based on the building frontage width. Therefore they built up and back. Very long narrow and tall buildings. This narrowing of the buildings meant caused a problem in getting furniture in so each building has a beam and pulley system sticking out of its roof and the house leans out towards the road in ...
... with a tad of guidance from the mere females. Successfully locating the floating Flower Market, which was really just full of an array of bulbs for sale, we were able to view a small array of the colourful flowers available at this time of the year.
With the long flight, starting to take its toll, we headed back towards the ship, stopping along the way at a Pandora shop to add a momento of a windmill charm to the ...
... the space for the evening.
After seeing everything that we wanted to see in the district (free looks) we headed back home. We were careful not to take pictures while in the red light district since we didn't want to get into trouble.
We have one more full day in Amsterdam before leaving for Berlin. Hopefully the weather is as beautiful as it was today!
-- Ryan L.
... certain that in one airport I get searched, I have no idea why. I must just have a suspicious look and being a single traveller always evokes suspicion. Whilst on my last flight I worked it out that this will be the furthest I’ve travelled. I have done a 10 hour flight to India before but when you take in my whole travelling time from the UK-Harare it is around 11 and a half hours.
This year I had took the initiative to book ...