Hotel Turkuaz

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, Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI), Sonneveld House, and De Doelen, Rotterdam.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Turkuaz Rotterdam

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Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

Day 13 - Rotterdam

A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 10, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... amusement. In the process the two dinner boats decide to get in on the action also. They start blowing their horns to provoke our captain to blow ours. Well, he's not missing any opportunity to hit that button when he has the chance. In 30 miles he had blown that horn two to three dozen times. It was hysterical. There were cars flashing their lights just to get him to blow the horn, and every building we passed camera's were flashing on every floor. What a way to leave ...

Rotterdam (Or Anywhere)

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 20, 2013

... bench beneath some trees. Across the lake I could see an old DAF car from the 1960's. I could make out a guy leaning in the window talking to the driver before it sped off. Strange enough on it's own, but then the car backed up and they repeated the same procedure all over again. To begin with I thought maybe it was a company doing tours of the city with an old Dutch car as part of the novelty but then the lights, canopies and trucks parked up just beyond the trees gave the same ...

Waterbus to Rotterdam

A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Jul 14, 2013

30 photos

... Dutch game of Sjoelen, or Shuffleboard. It basically involves sliding pebbles of wood, down an alley aiming for slots of different point value. Nat showed the men how its done, notching heaps of 4 pointers (max value) to claim victory. We stayed up late chatting to Lina about my family history and enjoying a glass of Hertog-Jan, a Dutch beer from Arcen.
Tomorrow we've decided to go for a bike ride and explore my family roots and ...

Wonderful visit with Aryn and Jason!

A travel blog entry by abudebbie on Jun 08, 2013

... a palace, but unfortunately was under renovation so we couldn't visit. Her museum has the world's largest collection (180) of Van Gogh plus all sorts of other notables like Picasso, Manet, Monet etc. There is also a huge sculpture garden that takes you for a very long walk through the park. The weather was beautiful and we spent several hours there and had lunch in their cafe.

Monday, Jason had to work, so we went off with ...

Tracing my roots in the Netherlands

A travel blog entry by chrissyfaulks on Mar 16, 2013

77 photos

... museum, the Tulip museum and maybe a few other things. Speaking of my arm, I got a new cast done in Amsterdam. I went to the doctor, who got me an appointment that day at the hospital (when does THAT ever happen in Australia?), and after having a good old laugh at my old cast ("If I do casts like that, they kill me," and "oh, but they gave you a needle," when looking at the large red lump on my hand from my anaesthetic needle), they fixed me up with a new one, x-rayed ...