Campanile Rotterdam Oost
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... watch the tour first and this is my summary:
Winner: Marcel Kittel
My first hero of the day (HOTD1): Jens Voigt (for his marvelous escape)
My second hero to the day (HOTD2): Fabian Cancellara (for ruining Quickstep's train)
My sucker of the day (SOTD): Mark Cavendish (for deservingly kissing the highway)
My tour was short and certainly ...
... control the traffic.
We walked along past the marine museum and looked at some of the old boats, and went into town where the buildings are mainly modern, having being rebuilt after the war. We went to Saint Laurenskerk Church, where Hugo was baptised. And what a beautiful church, which was the only surviving late-Gothic building left standing from the original mediaeval city of Rotterdam after the war.
The rain was off and on, was a ...
... entire rap, impressively! Along the journey, we found out he was 21, about to study physiology in Rotterdam at Uni and lived at home.
When it came for him to go a different direction, we ended up chatting at the junction for a good half an hour, at least! And he asked for our full names so he could add us on facebook. Then we set off, only for him to appear behind us, but his Dad had called earlier asking where he was so he sped on ahead. The final stretch back ...
... we are going for 14 days this time, and one of the ports has a tender rather than a dock, I think it is less appealing for wheelchairs. We had dinner tonight with a couple from Adelaide, Australia and another from Portland, Oregon. It was a lot of fun and we had a great table next to the window. Hopefully we will keep this one! Tomorrow is an at sea day so we will probably attend some talks about the ports we will be visiting and rest up for our first stop in Copenhagen on ...
... the flowers go through the auction room they are taken to the distribution area. From there, the workers on electric vehicles distribute the buckets or boxes of flowers to the trolleys of the clients. Once the client’s trolley is full, it is delivered to the wholesaler or exporter on the premises and a new trolley takes its place.
Once we had watched the auction for a while we decided to return to the start of the walkway to read the information ...