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... if it weren't for me knowing Spanish in this airport.
The most frustrating part of the entire day for me was seeing my luggage on the carousel. They had broken the side of my bag, and all of the contents on the side were completely spilled our across the baggage claim area, and there was no one at the time to complain to. Now, for the next two and a half weeks, I am forced to go without one of my compartments of my only suitcase as I travel the rest of Europe.
... still praying for the rain to stop. I'm sitting on the bus watching the rain, and reminding God of our previous conversation at breakfast two days ago. We got off the bus, and quickly headed for the gate. Since it took so long getting our ship secured we were now an hour late. That cut our excursion also an hour. Great, we're an hour late, and it's still raining. The tulips were wet, but really cool. We ran around as quickly as we could, because we were down to ...
A early wonderful breakfast at hotel, then off to the airport. We had met our 'ANGEL' Dick yesterday at the airport, so he again was so wonderful about getting us on the flight to Chicago. Tanja in business first, us in economy plus which is perfect. Leaving at 10:55am, should arrive 1:00pm or ...
... There are more just outside of Rotterdam but this was the only one highlighted on my map. My connection with Rotterdam was instant and there are a number of reasons why. The architecture: a lot of it features Victorian touches that are common in parts of London and all across England, including where I'm from. The cultures: all kinds are represented. Cafes playing reggae music sit next to Turkish-owned kebab shops and Chinese restaurants. All kinds of different languages can be heard ...
... Copenhagen in that it offered free public transport. It was cheaper than other cards, but rather than offer free accommodation to tourist attractions it gave discounts.
A short metro ride from the Tourist Information Stand to Blaak station and we were at the Kubus Woningen homes. Designed by Dutch Architect Piet Blom, these are homes and hostel rooms in the shape of cubes. One of such, is open for display. Its certainly a strange feel ...