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, Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI), Sonneveld House, and De Doelen, Rotterdam.
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Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

Day 14 - Sea Day

A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 11, 2014

... of our cabin, so up to our cabin we went. He walked in to take a look at whether Michele could get her scooter in a balcony cabin. We determined she couldn't, and then he asked Donna if I could go to lunch with him. We went down to the Concerto dinning room for lunch. I took one look at the menu, and realized why we eat up at Horizon Court. I ordered barbecued brisket, and a vegetable salad. The waiter in a white jacket comes over ...

124 Up Up and Away!

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 22, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... people would understand that this was a situation outside someone’s control.

My journey had come to an end. The last bit which for most people would be a major journey was now just a little bit at the end. A summery ? Well, I have a few days to think about it. However, for the benefit of my new friends who know little about Australia or where I live I will do a page about my area of residence and what makes life tick in my ...

Rotterdam (Or Anywhere)

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 20, 2013

... Tokyo, etc).

But the second question is not so easy. Some people will say their own country, by default, which has always seemed like a ridiculous train of thought to me. Others will make a case for somewhere that has a reputation for good things, like decent social programs and progressive policies. Norway, Sweden and Finland usually get a mention and hopefully I'll be able to see for myself in just a couple of week's time. America will always be on the list purely ...

Rotterdam - end of cruise!

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Apr 09, 2013


... was great (a few minor issues but then nothing’s perfect) and we thoroughly enjoyed it.

Rotterdam felt very cold (it was around 5-6C we think) but we weren’t there long. We travelled by train to Brussels, arriving Tues 9th, and we’re here until Thurs 18th. The weather is cold ...

Keukenhof (tulips)

A travel blog entry by eveleigc on Mar 29, 2013

... and bought a 3D tulip magnet. It was snowing in earnest now so I but up my umbrella as I walked the most depressing route to the final Wilhemia pavilion. Almost all the flowerbeds were empty barring the occasional crocus and there was depressing modern art including carious insects and snakes crawling up people and animals. In some of the flower beds I could see the signs for different coloured tulips and could almost imagine what they would be like in a few weeks time. In front ...