De Arendshoeve

Molenlaan 14, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 2861 LB, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

RObike 2000 '14 etappe 02

A travel blog entry by ladyotv on Jul 06, 2014

2 photos

... at night. The world is calmer and more serene. I used to bike with music, Then one night I wrote in pitch dark along side the Lek towards Arnhem and turned the music off. The feeling is much more overwhelming. Since then I more often ride without music. Especially at night, in very quiet nature areas and ofcourse when I forget my music player :P

Light-smudge photos can be very pretty too. I have made my share by mistake. I ...

Going back in time and sad farewells

A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 04, 2013

96 photos

... streets with buildings that had not been affected by the war, and looked as though time had stood still.
Part of our tour took in a lovely park, and a stick bridge, which had been there forever. Eric had also grown up in this area, not far from where his dad had lived as a child. We stopped for coffee and walked along narrow footpaths between old shops and a canal at Delfshaven and Piet Heynstraat (street named after the famous Dutch ...

Rotterdayuum (and lots of pretty windmills)

A travel blog entry by lexindam on Aug 09, 2013

22 photos

... sunbathing while taking in the stunning views and trying out all the setting on Marlina's camera. After probably hours of chatting, sunbathing, and photographing, we decided we should probably head back in order to catch the last ferry at half 5 back over to mainland Rotterdam (kinderdijk is an island). When we reached the ferryport, another ferry came in. Unsure whether we could take it or not, I asked a fellow cyclist (in English) whether this would take us to where ...

Farewell Tanzania

A travel blog entry by wanderlust-2013 on Jul 02, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

Today we went to St. Gasper's Sanctuary. St Gasper wanted to change the world. He said go out and make things better. He was a missionary priest. This was Fr. Alfons parish for a brief time before he came to the US.
After the tour we went to the Indian Ocean for our last few hours. A few of us were in the water looking for fish.

"Ok guys, how are you?"
This is it. The last ...

Amsterdam - with lovely friends

A travel blog entry by trissy on Jun 11, 2013

30 photos

... ceiling lights and a lovely battered old bar. At the end were two small raised seating areas either side of a few stairs with a curved bench seat. After we’d been served our drinks, Else pointed out a large sepia-coloured photo on the wall next to the bar of an elderly couple and explained that they were her aunt and uncle, and the pub used to be theirs during the war. The Nazis used to use the bar a lot but, unbeknown to them, the ...