In which Pawn travels by car, coach and plane; finds himself alighting outside Amsterdam and then train to Den Haag.
From the air, the North Sea has long chains of oil tankers all lined up:
A wind farm and drilling platform oddly juxtaposed:
Also all lined up are the tulips:
Here’s a snap from the train ride down to The Hague:
A graffito’s take on the Seven Deadly Sins
A lovely selection of Art Nouveau buildings clustered around Gravenstraat (the first photo from my lunch seat on the plaza):
Some interesting graffiti along Spui:
Lastly, a sign marking Maison de Bonneterie, which sadly closed just a couple of years ago, having been one of the poshest shops in town:
Bonneterie is the lovely Art Nouveau building shown above.
Okay, back to life.Â Tomorrow the conference starts…