Bastion Hotel Rotterdam/Terbregseplein
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... would work as a substitute for a shower the next morning. Woke to a very cold morning, about 5 degrees, and was pleased to get moving again towards Rotterdam. As we were meeting Bo's cousin Eric the next morning for our guided tour of Rotterdam, we booked into a Stadscamping near the centre of Rotterdam. We were looking forward to our tour with Eric, as he has researched where Bo's dad spent his childhood and some of the paths he took as a boy ...
... to take some pics (including a statue of Erasmus!) and also making good use of the free wifi whilst we stood outside Vapianos (THEY ARE EVERYWHERE IN THIS COUNTRY!) because Andre's wifi only worked on one of our phone's for some reason. Once home, we saw Nik again, who had two friends round, and chatted to him for about half an hour - both of us falling more and more in love with him by the second!! Then we crashed, ready for our big bike ride tomorrow!
... there was no information booth for me to ask someone how long I would need to allow myself to get to the Port of Holland and what time the last train ran. Rather than run the risk I decide to get on the next train and go straight to the Port. I kill the time by having dinner at a Japanese restaurant, alone like a loser, at the port then just watching some tv. Its not the best feeling walking into a restaurant no matter where you are in the world and ...
Well.... We actually made it. I am sitting between two big guys in these teeny tiny seats. Boy these Air France seats are small!!!! So this is the flight to Paris and I am desperately hoping the seats on our flight to Buenos Aires are larger. Otherwise it's gonna be a loooooong 15 hours. We should be taking off pretty soon now. Uh oh...I think the flight attendant wants me to put away my phone ...
... of 1260 passengers, and after Prinsendam (which carries 793 passengers) are the smallest of the Holland America fleet.
These four vessels entered service between 1993 and 1996. The ships were ordered not long after Carnival Corporation bought Holland America. Since Carnival didn't want the Holland America ships to compete as heavily with its own Carnival Cruise Lines, the S-class ships were kept to a more modest size: 55,000 tons and 719 feet ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking