BEST WESTERN Hotel De Witte Brug

Address: Kerkweg 138, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 2941 BP, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kerkweg 138, Rotterdam.
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Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

Going to the Market

A travel blog entry by kdworldtravels on Jun 21, 2015

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... is a block away from what you could call China Town (although it progresses through many different nationalities down the street) I was surprised that it was easier for me to find some good ramen or curry than a place with poffertjes (little Dutch pancake things). But that is just part of the unique charm of Rotterdam and what makes it stand out from other traditional tourist destinations in ...

Day 5 - Leiden & Rotterdam (Walk by the port)

A travel blog entry by vaidehi on Sep 30, 2014

33 photos

... class going back home early.

Thanks to my host for the amazing Thai wok lunch which we had at Rotterdam station (not to forget, its a beautiful station renovated recently) and Turkish Doner Kebap dinner. Half day well spent and I also thank Adnan and his family for the wonderful Pakistani topi and shawl that he gifted. My sons are elated that they have a topi to wear which has been sent all the way from our neighbouring country Pakistan with ...

Our last day in Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by minaco on Aug 04, 2014

3 comments, 2 photos

... buffet seem like a snack. There were pastries, breads, cereals, cold cuts, cheeses, yogurt, eggs, bacon, sausages, specialty fish dishes, pancakes, hash browns and the list goes on and on and on. There were at least six flavours of juice, an espresso maker and even champagne. It was all delicious. We were told this was the nicest hotel and the best breakfast we would get for the entire trip. It was indeed very nice, but kinda sets up a feeling that the remainder of the ...

Charming Zuiderzee

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Jul 31, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... of the dikes beginning in 1918. Nearly one-half of the Netherlands is below sea level. The North Sea used to flood small towns regularly during storms, wiping away homes and people. The town has a fishing village, farm, shopping district and church quarter, all with dozens of authentic buildings, furnishings and costumed volunteers. They dress the children who visit in period costumes and wooden shoes. It was absolutely a priceless ...

Day 14 - Sea Day

A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 11, 2014

This morning we went down for breakfast, and ran into Chuck, and Michele in the dinning room. We went to sit with them, and ended up staying there till they starting serving lunch. They invited us down to take a look at their inside handicap cabin. We ended up sitting there talking to them until about 1:00. Donna wasn't feeling well so she went up to our cabin, Michele was going to a knitting class, Chuck wanted to take a look at ...