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Tag Archives: Den Haag (the Hague)

Riding in The Hague

Two weeks ago I showed you a huge junction in The Hague, which was actually only one junction in a much longer route. This week I’d like to show you … Continue reading

24 January 2013 · 12 Comments

An ‘Elephant & Castle’ in the Netherlands

“This really looks a lot like Elephant & Castle” is what I thought when I was cycling in The Hague on the last Sunday of 2012. If “Elephant & Castle” … Continue reading

10 January 2013 · 17 Comments

Cycling along the sandy beaches of the North Sea

The North Sea coast in the Netherlands is a beautiful area for recreation, especially for cycling. The entire coastline consists of sandy beaches. Between those beaches and the better known … Continue reading

24 July 2012 · 7 Comments

Judge + bicycle = Culture Shock

A tiny article can tell tales. In the Indian Express (Sunday edition for Pune*) tucked away on page 7, the following appeared recently: So what will the perplexed honorable judge … Continue reading

25 June 2012 · 14 Comments

The importance of direct cycle routes

One of our readers drew our attention to a video that shows a cycle route in Rijswijk which is in effect a suburb of The Hague. It shows a road … Continue reading

26 February 2011 · Leave a comment

Cycling in The Hague, Netherlands

Cycling the center of The Hague in the Netherlands (Den Haag in Dutch). Through the shopping streets to the central railway station on a public transport bicycle (OV-fiets) that had … Continue reading

26 September 2009 · Leave a comment
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