Bastion Hotel Rotterdam/Terbregseplein
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... class going back home early.
Thanks to my host for the amazing Thai wok lunch which we had at Rotterdam station (not to forget, its a beautiful station renovated recently) and Turkish Doner Kebap dinner. Half day well spent and I also thank Adnan and his family for the wonderful Pakistani topi and shawl that he gifted. My sons are elated that they have a topi to wear which has been sent all the way from our neighbouring country Pakistan with ...
This morning we went down for breakfast, and ran into Chuck, and Michele in the dinning room. We went to sit with them, and ended up staying there till they starting serving lunch. They invited us down to take a look at their inside handicap cabin. We ended up sitting there talking to them until about 1:00. Donna wasn't feeling well so she went up to our cabin, Michele was going to a knitting class, Chuck wanted to take a look at ...
... Turken in Kreuzberg die amper kunnen bestaan. Goed, je mag demonstreren, maar met je rug tegen de muur. En alleen als je geld hebt, dan is de vrijheid niet duur" ("But what is freedom without a home, without a job. So many Turks in Kreuzberg unable to make a living. Fine, you've the right to demonstrate, but with your back against the wall. And when you've funds, freedom is affordable") Am I getting grumpy? Ungrateful? I don't think so. Don't get me ...
Tuesday 20th August 2013
There are two questions that I seem to get asked frequently: what is your favourite place out of everywhere you've been?; and what do you think is the best country in the world? They are not the same question - a country or city that is perfectly suited to me personally might not necessarily be the best in the world. The first question is fairly easy to answer - my favourite place is San Francisco, although there are others that I also hold dear ...
... 315-foot tall tower containing an observation deck and restaurant. Finally I walked back through town through an outdoor pedestrian mall and past the city hall, before making my way back to the train station.
And so it is my time in the Netherlands is coming to an end, but thankfully I have some time tomorrow to do a few last things in Amsterdam before leaving for Brussels later that afternoon. To be ...