Art Hotel Rotterdam
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Art Hotel Rotterdam
TravelPod Member ReviewsArt Hotel Rotterdam
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Art Hotel Rotterdam
Travel Blogs from Rotterdam
... br> My "studying" abroad came to an end with finals this past week, a small little cocktail for our group and the teachers, and some final goodbyes to family and friends. I already made plans to visit my friend from Germany, Simon, who I met senior year of high school. We sat in homeroom together the entire year and became great friends and it worked out perfectly that he was studying currently in Rotterdam, as we would travel together from Rotterdam to Amsterdam and then to his home ...
... a white cloth napkin in my lap, and place a setting of silverware in front of me. Now I'm trying not to laugh, because I'm sitting there in shorts, and a t-shirt. OK, he brings out four rolls to start, and a bowl of soup. The bowl of soup is Chuck's, so I have to hand it over to him. As we're sitting there talking lunch comes. A spoon full of cold barbecued brisket on top of some lettuce leaves. I just laughed to myself, because ...
... of artificial lakes made through the cutting of peat. Most of the land here is used for farming, especially sheep, dairy cows and goats. Many of the homes along the bike paths are on canals and they have traditional thatch roofing - which isn't surprising considering reeds grow everywhere. Em seems to be enjoying the bike trip so far, she especially likes seeing the animals and visiting gardens and museums. Hopefully tomorrow we will get to visit a cheese and clog making ...
... what the American Dream represents and what it means to so many people. But, in my opinion, people don't mention the Netherlands in that list anywhere near as much as they should.
Back in 2008 I took a couple of days holiday in Amsterdam and spent my time playing pool in bars at 2:00am and riding around on rented bikes with a Zimbabwean guy called Simba. When I got back to the UK and I told people where I'd been, they almost all universally responded with, "Ahhhh. Like that is ...
... up paniers with small grocery shop and head off.There are separate bike roads and footpaths everywhere. Be easy for unfit me to ride around. No hills :)
True to form, on the way back Tim and I got on wrong tram and took an extra hour to get home. Kids were oblivious to the fact that parents were missing, as they were happily watching TV and being on technological devices......and dinner was very late.