Hotel Turkuaz

Address: Henegouwerplein 56-58 , Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3021 , Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Delfshaven area of Rotterdam, is near Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Sonneveld House, Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI), and De Doelen, Rotterdam.
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    RObike 2000 '14 etappe 02

    A travel blog entry by ladyotv on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... at night. The world is calmer and more serene. I used to bike with music, Then one night I wrote in pitch dark along side the Lek towards Arnhem and turned the music off. The feeling is much more overwhelming. Since then I more often ride without music. Especially at night, in very quiet nature areas and ofcourse when I forget my music player :P

    Light-smudge photos can be very pretty too. I have made my share by mistake. I ...

    #3 THE BIG DAY!

    A travel blog entry by shereebarker92 on Feb 26, 2014

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    ... I was 7kg over...ouch.) I was relieved that they were finally checked in though, as I will not see them now until I arrive in China tomorrow morning. Saying goodbye to my parents was one of the most emotional times, and going through security alone with a tear-stained face probably wasn't the best look. Yet we managed our farewells sensibly, and once I was through the security I felt a little more relaxed as I had time to kill. But ...

    Going back in time and sad farewells

    A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... upper works.
    We visited the shopping centre local to where Hugo once lived. Some parts are new, there is of course a lot more traffic about, but many of the buildings are still standing from way back then. From here Eric led us to Van Heusdestraat, number 37b, where Hugo and his siblings grew up. Felt unreal walking where they had walked especially as we took the paths past his house to the Eben haezer school, Nozemannstraat 16. Was lovely ...

    Rotterdayuum (and lots of pretty windmills)

    A travel blog entry by lexindam on Aug 09, 2013

    22 photos

    ... our destination. We stopped off for lunch under some trees for shelter as it was still pouring. I attempted to eat a mango in the most inelegant manner a mango has ever been eaten! (while Marlina didn't struggle at. all!) and then we cycled on down to the windmills.

    We locked up our bikes at the first opportunity, took some pics and then, LO AND BEHOLD, the sun came out!! We stripped off our many waterproof layers, found a nice bench, and did some ...

    Haarlem

    A travel blog entry by nightrider181 on May 30, 2013

    7 photos

    Haarlem is very nice little town. The first thing I noticed there was that bikes were a bit more up market compared to the millions that are in Amsterdam, so to are the motor bikes bigger. The streets are narrow thru the shopping area. I did also like Zandvoort which is a Sea side ...