Worldhotel Bel Air The Hague
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Very nice hotel, extremely helpful staff. Highly recommended.
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... in contrast to previous impressionists. Wonderful scenes of peasants and country life. Very busy museum, but we managed to move around pretty quickly and see everything on our list. We also dropped in on an interesting special exhibit showcasing Dutch ships, very cool handmade models. The Van Gogh museum (right next door) was next on our list given the grey sky and more "Canadian" weather. This museum sells out so quickly ...
... it home, we walked around nearby Leidseplein (square) which had a small skating rink, just installed that day, and a few treat trucks. One serving Dutch hotdogs, another, chocolate covered Waffles, and the last one offering a mix of other pastries. It was tricky to pull Alexa away from the magnetic draw of this place, the skating rink particularity; however, our impending early morning retreat fortified us with discipline to ...
... maybe because it had fewest visitors) and bedroom from his paintings.
The main reason I had gone was to see the collection of etchings, which is apparently the finest in the world - they have almost a complete set of which only a small fraction is ever on display.
The display was not huge, but pretty representative - a lot of the Bible story ones, sweet and loose, as well as the much more detailed, finely worked up ones; some ...
... the beautiful beaches and mountains to the barren country side, but most importantly remember it only takes a little effort to make a big difference in the lives of others. That is what we were all here to do and I think we've accomplished our mission.
When will the next trip to Tanzania be?
Twende Tu. (we'll get there when we get there)
But always remember: BE ...
Walked out of Amsterdam Central station towards the tourist office to find a tram timetable. The hotel directions said to get the no 4 tram heading to Station RAI. We didn't need to go into the tourist office because there was the correct tram waiting at the stop by the tourist office.
The no 4 tram has a stop on a bridge over Prinsengracht canal, 5 minutes walk from our hotel. The stop was announced clearly, even a little ...