Worldhotel Bel Air The Hague
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Very nice hotel, extremely helpful staff. Highly recommended.
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... Hafen von Leba by Max Pechstein. After we finished looking through this museum we walked next door to go to the actual Van Gogh museum. It was an incredible museum that used 4 floors to tell the story of Van Gogh's life while showing his art. The story of his struggle is sad, but it's impressive to see how much art he created in such a short time, and how even though he struggled he tried to pull himself out of it. We were getting quite hungry by the time we finished ...
... used to be the river that flowed through the city, Amster. Sure enough, when they dammed the river to make a city, they named it Amsterdam. She proved her point by pointing to the large pillar in the center of the square, "The Monument" and the palace at the far end, "The Royal Palace". We left the square, and went straight to the infamous Red Light District. It was pretty hard too call it risqué at 11:30 in the morning, but the coffee ...
... Stroop waffles - sugary goodness! 12 for 70cents Brie cheese - is only €1 Cheese shops - are everywhere and all have free tastings! Bikes - there's more than 1million bikes to 700,000 amsterdammers Sea level - everywhere is below sea level, lowest point is 6.7m, if global warming continues the city will be one of the first to flood Flowers - 75% of the worlds flower bulb production comes from the Netherlands Canals - there's more than 150 canals in Amsterdam and 1,200 ...
... and finally ending up at an awaiting bus station. After a 20 min. bus ride into the hills surrounding the to own, we arrived at our destination, off the beaten tourist path at OpenLuchtmuseum, or open air museum. The museum was a wonderful glimpse into a Netherlands that is scattered to it's rural corners, if it exists at all. It is a collection of huts, barns, houses, and other structures (such as, bridges, windmills, old ...
... at the flea market and 'negen straatjes' (nine streets) ...wishing we had more money and room in our bags! A few chilly morning walks in the busy park, 'Vondelpark' helped work off the 'poffertjes' (small dutch pancakes) we ate for lunch. The sun snuck out only a few times, but regardless of the cooler weather we were surprised at how much we enjoyed The Netherlands. It's defiantly inspired us to use our bikes a bit ...