The historical pictures of Harel de Moor and other famous Dutch artists interested them for a while, and Ben had to be almost pulled away from the dingy old portrait of Van der Werf. The town hall, as well as the Egyptian Museum, is on the Breedstraat, the longest and finest street in Leyden.
"We do agree better than you think," sulked Carl as he returned Peter's grasp. "All right," responded Peter briskly. "Now, Van Mounen, we await Benjamin's wishes. Where would he like to go?" "To the Egyptian Museum?" answered Lambert after holding a brief consultation with Ben. "That is on the Breedstraat. To the museum let it be. Come, boys!" The Beleaguered Cities