De Klipper

Terwenakker, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands | Hotel

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Poor baby blue

A travel blog entry by jrl3710


... a new language, so I went to the help desk. I asked the lady at the desk where I can catch this bus, and I showed her my ticket. "There are no busses to Rotterdam" she says. And I, feeling helpless, just say "But.... But I bought this ticket." "It doesn't exist". At this point, she has hardly looked up from her computer at me. And I'm thinking, what kind of scam did I walk into? This is it, this is where I get stranded and die. (I get ...

Going back in time and sad farewells

A travel blog entry by boval


... to Harwich in the UK. We messaged Celine and Martijn, hoping we might be able to see them before we go, but the journey to Hoofddorp was too far. Logistically speaking, it wasn't going to work. But Celine and Martijn made the journey to us, which we really appreciated as we know on a dark cold evening, after they had finished work, and packing up a little baby is not an easy task, and then of course they had work the next day (early start for ...

Rotterdayuum (and lots of pretty windmills)

A travel blog entry by lexindam


... on fb chat...tehe ;)

Then when I was finally packed, Marlina headed home, Marika helped me downstairs with my bag and she cycled back to hers whilst I got the bus and met her there. Once I'd dropped my stuff at Marika's, I then had the task of getting to Marlina's - where I was staying the night. First first came, no problem, and after an argument (in Dutch :) ) with the driver about the price of night buses. (4 euros 50!!) I paid and got on. The problem ...

Amsterdam to Cape Town!!

A travel blog entry by meganonece


... to go through security and board our flight.

The plane ride went a lot better this time around! Once I sat down, I was out. I missed the first meal, but got a solid 3-4 hours of sleep! All of our seats were scattered around the plane so we tried to get that fixed. They only could change one of them so I ended up getting a window seat!

Once we got to Cape ...

Port city with lovely bridges

A travel blog entry by prashant.mehta


... under all the bridges we were able to see the impressive Rotterdam city skyline. Note to myself, try to come to Rotterdam for a weekend and see what the city has to offer. With this we made our move to our final destination of the day, Delft. A charming old market town very well known for its blue and white glassware called Delftware. It was a short 35 mins drive to Delft. We were able to reach Delft by sundown and check into out ...


This hotel, located in the De Centrumraad area of Rotterdam, is near Maritime Museum Rotterdam, Nederlands Fotomuseum, City and harbourwalk, and Museum Het Schielandshuis.
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