Bastion Hotel Rotterdam Barendrecht
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
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... and at the risk of more political incorrectness, they appear to be healthy and to the naked eye (pun intended) they didn't seem to be high or adversely affected. And, at the risk of putting my foot further in, you would have to say that most are not, what you would consider, unattractive.
So much so that when I was there previously I proved to be quite popular and a fact to which daughter Stephanie will attest. Although in the company of son ...
I had a really lazy day today to catch my breath and organise myself. Michael wanted to work on his car at Masshommel, so Bruno went to give him a hand but I opted to stay here at the flat. Lots of washing to do, and the machine is a front loader which takes two hours for every wash, so last load didn't finish until six. Things dry very quickly here. Must be the dry air. I was surprised because I thought being inside it would take ages. Maybe it's because we are ...
... It shows a map of Australia PARTIALLY completed, where the Dutch had mapped out some of the coast, very cool! BLOG UPDATE: OMG, we have landed back in the UK in Yorkshire and it is freezing!!!!!!!!! I hate to think what our carbon footprint is today - we've used 5 different types of transport - tram, train, bus, jet aeroplane and car - yikes it's lucky we were cycling for 5 ...
Was a bleak cold day when we left the beautiful city of Paris behind, and we wanted to get as close to Rotterdam as we could before dark. And dark arrives early, usually by about 4.30pm. Our plan is to drive as far as Belgium, going in as straight a line as we can. There's a parking spot in the town of Beloeil which is just over the French border into Belgium and it looks perfect. Our GPS directed us to this small town, and to the site, which turned ...
... our complete confusion about Dutch, how to get tickets and use the train. The trip took less than 20 minutes to get to Central Station in the oldest part of Amsterdam. Unfortunately the weather was damp and foggy and the "walking tour" we'd picked up was poor but we did get a sense of central Amsterdam. The traffic is crazy and pedestrians are definitely at risk. Bikes are everywhere. Not one helmet. There were also scooters, vans, cars, trams and trains going in ...