Bastion Hotel Rotterdam/Terbregseplein
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... fast efficient public transport.
Down to Oude Haven, but as the drizzle had thickened, no-one out under the market umbrellas.
Ducked back to the Binnenrotte and Laurenskerk, a late gothic church that is the only remaining building of the medieval city. The damage from WW II repaired, it is now an ancient oasis in a contemporary plain. Shut today.
... information about bus tours. I was pointed down the street, then turn left and in front of the Moulin Rouge there is a bus. How cool was that! Unfortunately it was not what I was looking for. I wanted to go to Giverney. Instead, having got there, I just took the first tour trip around Montmartre. It was quite convenient if not what I had hoped for. We drove passed the homes of van Gogh and some others that got lost in translation, the cafes of Lautrec, Renoir ...
... the history of the port of Rotterdam and its modern day use. The scale of it is incredible, and the statistics on the number of ships and containers which pass through it every year is mind blowing. After that, I visited one of the Cube houses then walked along the waterfront for about 20 minutes to get to my harbour cruise. The weather was amazing - clear blue skies, beautiful sunshine and the perfect day for the perfect outing. I couldn't stop taking photographs! I reached ...
... they don't have the extremes of weather associated with the Scandinavian countries.
Hey, you're listening to a guy who found himself looking in an estate agent window and wondering about the immigration rules regarding British citizens. As far as my favourite place goes, San Francisco remains top of the tree, but my six nights in the Netherlands has left it nestled nicely in among Vancouver, Whistler and Tokyo.
As for the best country in the world? Maybe, you know, it might just be.
... around the city and saw what it had to offer including la sagrada familia. We immersed it's the culture and loved the Spanish candy and the fresh fruit at the markets. Kristen had to leave ;((( but next stop was civitavecchia in Italy where we took a ferry to from Barcelona. We made new friends on the ferry and the boys lost a few euros in the casino but we caught up on much needed sleep and got amazing pizza when we finally docked in Italy. We went to ...