Prince Hendrik I
The one bedroom Prince Hendrik I Apartment is a modern, luxurious apartment located in the city centre and is suited for 4 persons who want to see more of The Hague.Prince Hendrik I
The living/dining area is decorated in smoky colors contrasting with understated furniture and is fitted out with a double sofa bed and a coffee table. Two beautiful lamps hang down from the ceilings which give a modern touch to this area. So take a seat on the sofa, turn on the flat screen and choose your favorite cable channel and enjoy. In the same area you will find a nice dining table for 4 persons. Wireless internet is available so you can put your laptop on this table, open it and download you latest emails. 2 p> 1ffe
The open kitchen has all the things you need to play the chef cook. It has a hub, a microwave, a fridge/freezer, a dish washer, a washing machine and a dryer. You can boil some water in the kettle and make a nice cup of King Edward tea. The bright and elegant bedroom has a double bed and the bathroom ha a toilet, a shower and a sink.
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This apartment is close to the Noordeindestraat. This street has small shops and boutiques and it is a cozy street to do some shopping. Another street with boutiques is the Hoogstraat. If you want to shop in bigger stores or warehouse then you can go to the Spuistraat or the Grote Markt.
The Hague is the city of the Indonesian culture and food. From 1948 to 1951 many people from our former colony, the Dutch Indies, came back to Holland when Indonesia became independent. Most of these Indos came to The Hague and settled here. The Hague has many more excellent Indonesian restaurants. It has the oldest Indonesian restaurant, The Tampat Senang, in Holland dating back to 1922. Try some Indonesian food like Babi Pagang (roasted pig) with nasi or white rice. Babi Pagang is probably the most sold and popular dish in Holland. Every Dutchman knows these two Indonesian words.
Another kind of food which is also popular in The Netherlands is the raw herring. Vlaggetjesdag or Flags Day, which takes place every year in June in Scheveningen, celebrates the first ships that reach the harbor with nieuwe haring or new herring. These herrings are salted and put in barrels on board of the ship. The first barrel is auctioned for lots of money and this money goes to charity. When the new herring arrives, many Dutch get excited and want to taste one as soon as possible and they will eat it as follows: dip the raw, salted herring in sliced onions, grab the tail of the herring, lift up the hand, drop the herring slowly into your mouth.
City area: City Centre - Zeeheldenkwartier