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... Christina and Sreedevi somehow but I also figured that I could not do everything in a single day. Dropped the plan and continued with Rotterdam. With hectic cycling the previous day, I decided to withdraw cycling idea in Rotterdam. My legs were so sore that I just could not move. So my friend Adnan and I decided to see the city by walk and tram. It was an interesting day and we saw the Euromast, though we did not go up. We also took a cruise ...
Breakfasted at Starbucks which is in the hotel. A huge coffee and muffin then met John and headed to the train station next door. Bought tickets to Rotterdam on the Sprinter. Only €12 each but we should have taken the more direct train through the airport as work was being done on the line and we had to bus some of the way. Consequently a 45 minute trip took us 2 hours. Just as well we had plenty if time. Arrived finally at the cruise terminal and checked in. Lovely ...
... It is a magnificent building. It had a banner hanging outside saying that for over 125 years there had been someone at prayer in the church at any given time. I joined that list and kept the tradition. It can be difficult to be prayerful when there are so many people wandering through who have no sense of prayer, however the staff have cordoned off a section for the devout to sit. I sat there for a while, trying to manage the overwhelming sense of where I ...
... port of Kristiansand, which is also known as the Floral Town of Norway. Planters boxes and lamp posts are covered in petunias everywhere you look around the quaint little town. Wednesday August 28 brought us to Olso our last port in Norway which is a very beautiful country but is well known as the most expensive country in the world. It cost us $15 for a beer and $15 for a McDonalds burger. Thursday August 29 and we sailed into Copenhagen in Denmark. Here we took ...
... Another one, more popular by Rotterdammers, is "Money is earned in Rotterdam, divided in The Hague and spent in Amsterdam". Another saying that reflects both the rivalry between Rotterdam and Amsterdam is "Amsterdam has it, Rotterdam doesn't need it". While there, the main difference I saw was how more modern-looking Rotterdam is compared to Amsterdam.
I arrived hoping to visit museums such as the ...