Worldhotel Bel Air The Hague
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Very nice hotel, extremely helpful staff. Highly recommended.
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... a lot more. It was very interesting to see! We really have no idea where to go in this city as every street looks pretty similar and there's canals everywhere, so we get lost quite a bit. We manage to navigate ourselves well I must say though. We were craving some amazing pizza, and although I knew they wouldn't have my favorite (banana pepper and pineapple) we thought anything would be close enough! We went down to more of the Main ...
... pancake overlooking the water. Strolled peacefully down to Museumplein, sat for a while on a bench, congratulating myself on having booked a ticket for the van Gogh Museum for 1pm so I wouldn't have to stand in line... and at about 12:45 strolled around the corner to find that even the booked tickets queue was right around the block!! Why oh WHY are we here in high season??
Anyway, it was worth it - this time I only queued for the 15 minutes I was ...
... a different lifestyle from what we were use to. We were shocked - especially Renata with the gypsies living literally against the main road in a handmade house out of tin between shrubs. It was soon known to us this was not out of the ordinary for locals with some areas particularly along/underneath bridges experiencing extreme poverty. After we got to our hostel with Kim we all ventured out together into the city and got an expensive ...
... warm sunshine. Plans were hatched to proceed to the "Rijksmuseum" and ensuring we would all catch up for dinner again, leaving flexibility for all to select their preferred activities.
We had barely made our way past the first three display areas, when the alarm bells, sirens and loud-speakers began urging all visitors to assemble outdoors at the edge of the park. After considerable confusion and some angst, not being able to establish the cause ...
... the neighbourhood is full of bars, restaurants. Around the corner there is even a beautifully decorated outdoor skating rink. At the bottom of the hotel is reception which is also a cafe where we have breakfast or can have coffee. In the afternoon you can make your own poffertjes (mini pancakes). We went straight out and walked to the Van Gogh Museum which is temporarily being housed in the ...