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Travel Blogs from Rotterdam
... control the traffic.
We walked along past the marine museum and looked at some of the old boats, and went into town where the buildings are mainly modern, having being rebuilt after the war. We went to Saint Laurenskerk Church, where Hugo was baptised. And what a beautiful church, which was the only surviving late-Gothic building left standing from the original mediaeval city of Rotterdam after the war.
The rain was off and on, was a ...
... Rotterdam was through a suburban beautiful area which we reckoned Nik's family probably lived in as we'd decided he was quite well him due to him recommending really expensive places to us that he goes to a lot!
We stopped off at an Albert Heijn to get some dinner and then packed up and did a pretty quick turn around once we got to Andres'. We whispered "goodbye sexy Nik" to Nik's door as we left, and went on our way to Rotterdam Centraal Station to ...
... hopefully one of the agents can get some use out of it!!
Prior to arriving at the departure gate, we noticed there were roaming military-like security agents at random locations on our way - some with sniffer dogs, and a couple of "quick responders" on high speed Segways.
We had paid the extra $93 PP charge for assigned seating in "economy-comfort" on this nine and a half hour direct flight and I am glad we did. The ...
Next stop on our road trip was this huge and modern city of Rotterdam. One of the largest port in the world and the busiest in Europe, Rotterdam has once been the busiest in the world until Singapore took over and then shanghai. Like any other European town, Rotterdam is built around the river Maas (known to locals as river Meuse). It's strategic location on the mouth of river Maas made it an important hub for entering ...
... can sleep through an earthquake, he never hears anything.
Also our stateroom is close (but not adjacent) to an outside door, so Arthur can go in and out to get a smoke very easily. Also we can get to the lifeboats pretty quick. Just in case.
One thing for sure. One does not have to starve on board. If you want, you can eat 24 hours a day.
There is the Lido for breakfast, and apparently the main dining room if you want to ...