Hampshire Hotel - Savoy Rotterdam
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... Madrid airport only allows for 30 minutes of free wifi per day and I had already used it at 10am telling them I was boarding my flight. The airline people told everyone that we would all receive food vouchers, and that we had to head to KLM's office in Terminal 2 (we were in Terminal 1, about a 20 minute walk between the two), for further instructions. Two women who were sitting behind me on the flight came over to me and asked me in a language I could not figure out a question. I ...
... pleased when he came over the PA to welcome us to Rotterdam. At lunch I ran into our new friends Chuck, and Michele from Oklahoma. They invited us to meet them for the shore excursion, so we could ride in the same bus together. Since she needs a mobile scooter to get around we got to go down with them to get on the bus early. As we were waiting in line to be scanned to leave the ship we got the first taste of the weather. It was a cold 50 degrees, and very windy. ...
... in this place. Well as you can see, my day was tainted with grumpy. All my own fault really as I had every opportunity to have a great day. Tomorrow, I will need to forego my plans so I can get to a post office, get a new sim card for my phone so I can get security clearance for money transactions and shed some of the items in my suitcase off to Australia. When this is done I may be able to enjoy the coming days a little more. I haven't come all this way to be ...
... at 6:25am and reached Rotterdam early afternoon. I'm pretty sure I had a bit of a thing going on with the Czech girl working on the bus but as usual there wasn't a lot I could do about it. The hostel felt like somebody's house - and a nice one. In a quiet back street just around the corner from the bus station, they had an English-language jazz channel playing on the radio and the kitchen table was a big pine deal like something out of an old English country cottage. Little things ...
... in every place! We then biked across town to the Maritime Museum which was fantastic! It is housed in the former Naval HQ in a lovely old building that has been restored. There are excellent exhibits about Holland's naval history, the slave trade, colonial empires, navigation, whales and a couple of bizarre shows....one where you follow the journey of piece of cargo from its arrival in Amsterdam Port ...