Hampshire Hotel - Savoy Rotterdam
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... these women behind that had no idea what they needed to do. Of course, it was not simple at all to find the Transavia office in Madrid, because that would have been too easy! Transavia shares an office in Madrid with 3 other companies, and they did not open their doors until 3pm. There was already a line of people complaining, and I met some Argentinian couple who were explaining that they absolutely NEEDED to be back in Rotterdam at an earlier hour for work purposes, so I figured I ...
... amusement. In the process the two dinner boats decide to get in on the action also. They start blowing their horns to provoke our captain to blow ours. Well, he's not missing any opportunity to hit that button when he has the chance. In 30 miles he had blown that horn two to three dozen times. It was hysterical. There were cars flashing their lights just to get him to blow the horn, and every building we passed camera's were flashing on every floor. What a way to leave ...
... tulips. On this trip with her mother they visited the tulip farm which is at its peak now. She glowed with pleasure when she described it. Even the mother, who cannot speak any English, looked excited when her daughter translated. It is clear that Bai's dream has come true. Today they were headed to Brussels for the day then on to Paris. Bai asked me to tell her about my trip so far because she thought she might like to visit Switzerland. I showed her a sample ...
... bench beneath some trees. Across the lake I could see an old DAF car from the 1960's. I could make out a guy leaning in the window talking to the driver before it sped off. Strange enough on it's own, but then the car backed up and they repeated the same procedure all over again. To begin with I thought maybe it was a company doing tours of the city with an old Dutch car as part of the novelty but then the lights, canopies and trucks parked up just beyond the trees gave the same ...
... Dutch game of Sjoelen, or Shuffleboard. It basically involves sliding pebbles of wood, down an alley aiming for slots of different point value. Nat showed the men how its done, notching heaps of 4 pointers (max value) to claim victory. We stayed up late chatting to Lina about my family history and enjoying a glass of Hertog-Jan, a Dutch beer from Arcen.
Tomorrow we've decided to go for a bike ride and explore my family roots and ...