Bastion Hotel Rotterdam/Terbregseplein

Address: Hoofdweg 40, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3067GH, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Prins Alexander area of Rotterdam, is near Kijk-Kubus (Show-Cube), Openlucht Binnenvaart Museum, Arboretum Trompenburg, and World Port Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

    The Red Light District! and Old Rotters

    A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Mar 25, 2015

    6 comments, 2 photos

    ... copying and pasting this part of the blog.

    I have now left Amsterdam and on a late afternoon train to Antwerp. I arrived in Rotterdam about late morning and spent the rest of the day there. I had been to The Hague before (very much the Dutch Canberra) and thought Rotterdam is worth a quick look around.

    Named after the Rotte River it is the second largest port in the world (per tonnage) a fact of which I was unaware although I ...

    Resting and Father/Son bonding

    A travel blog entry by brsant on Jun 24, 2014

    3 photos

    ... the supermarket, Albert Heijn, in the morning and bought something to cook for dinner tonight. The girls on the counter are very nice and always speak in English when they know I am not Dutch, which becomes obvious as soon as I open my mouth.
    Made myself a sandwich for lunch and a cup of tea, then went up for a read of my book. I have lugged it around for the whole trip and had only read one chapter! Then had a sleep - miss those nanna naps.......
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    Everything is better nowadays

    A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Apr 28, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Boss), Calvin (Klein), and so on. There's nothing exclusive about things I can get at every street corner in the world. Then just the stupidity to pay a fortune for stuff with reasonable quality that costs 10 times what it should, remains. Just because it's so-called designer. No more then H&M. It's just pricy mass production. I always look for those local designers. Those unknown to the rest of the world that make just awesome stuff. But they were pushed away ...

    Going back in time and sad farewells

    A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 04, 2013

    96 photos

    ... this camp. It looked to be closed too, but the man who lives on site, allowed us to park near his house and use his power for a small fee. The power was the only thing we took advantage of, as when he showed us the toilet block (only the men's was operational), we had to block our noses as soon as the door opened, and the stench made me gag! For some reason he avoided opening the door to the shower block, so we decided this must be even ...

    Arrival in Europe

    A travel blog entry by rdumler on Sep 13, 2013

    11 photos

    ... and dikes. The buildings date way back and were tall, multistoried industrial warehouses. Many have been refurbished although they all lean in a various directions. Pot use is obvious and common - probably the equivalent to beer in most other towns,. There were a lot of sex shops that featured some very unusual souvenirs! Glad we saw it. I'd want to return but with a far better map in my hand and a clearer idea of what I want to see. And now we fly on to Florence, ...