Hotel De Beer
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... needless to say we had a food baby to walk off on the way back to the hotel. We grabbed some pre-drinks and headed back. Analise, Kingrock and I went for a swim, steam and sauna to prepare for a big night out before having a few drinks in the room before heading out to see what Rotterdam night life had to offer. We heard about a street not far from our hotel that had a number of bars and clubs so we headed there. 4 pubs, a club and a ...
... fast efficient public transport.
Down to Oude Haven, but as the drizzle had thickened, no-one out under the market umbrellas.
Ducked back to the Binnenrotte and Laurenskerk, a late gothic church that is the only remaining building of the medieval city. The damage from WW II repaired, it is now an ancient oasis in a contemporary plain. Shut today.
... Bruno came in as well. Rotterdam was an hour and fifteen minutes away, so we arrived at five fifteen. From there we caught a taxi to Benthuizerstraat. On opening the green door, we found a flight of stairs. Spiral,skinny steps. One flight, two flights to Michael's flat. Then another flight to the bedroom. Hope I don't have to get up in the night to go to the toilet! The flat has a lovely ambience and is quite well kept. Furniture is old but all provided, as well as ...
... the history of the port of Rotterdam and its modern day use. The scale of it is incredible, and the statistics on the number of ships and containers which pass through it every year is mind blowing. After that, I visited one of the Cube houses then walked along the waterfront for about 20 minutes to get to my harbour cruise. The weather was amazing - clear blue skies, beautiful sunshine and the perfect day for the perfect outing. I couldn't stop taking photographs! I reached ...
... Stroop wafels :)
There was a band, dressed in their red checkered shirts, and clogs, playing on top of a windmill. They also had the hand turning music players (the ones where you insert a book, with the notes in it, and the holes on the pages make certain sounds come out). Basically, the day was great! I just enjoyed driving along the countryside, and then being in nature. Ahh! The Foster in me is coming out.
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