Delta Hotel Rotterdam

Maasboulevard 15, Vlaardingen, Zuid-Holland, 3133, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Maasboulevard 15, Vlaardingen, is near Delfshaven, Thermen Holiday Sauna, Museum De Dubbelde Palmboom, and New Meuse.
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    Travel Blogs from Vlaardingen

    Bike Tour Day 5: Uithoorn - Nieuw Vennep 30 km

    A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on Apr 28, 2014

    33 photos

    ... it has a clog shaped mould that it uses to make a clog. Then Em helped Willem grind out the inside of the clog. The clog will take about 2 weeks to air dry, but Willem showed us how to blow the water out of the wood using your mouth. It was then time to taste some cheese made at the farm, with the farmer Kees telling us about the different types of gouda he makes. The farm uses milk from their own ...

    119 On the back of a bicycle

    A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 16, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... his face he said: Never mind I explain everything later, but I want Elian to come with me right now and sit on the back of my bike. Then Ted pedaled away with Elian on the back. Gert and I just stood there laughing. After about 50 meters they turned back and Ted said: What I failed to achieve some 50 odd years ago I finally achieved today; to take Elian on the back of my bike.

    Never a dull moment with Ted Wesselius. Needless to say we had a fantastic ...

    The Premiere

    A travel blog entry by riverrollers on Apr 09, 2013

    5 photos

    We rolled off the ferry in our high vis, helmets and full waterproofs to find a country full of bikes and people. Very quickly we realised we were very very prepared, perhaps too prepared, as people whizzed around wearing 6 inch heels and fancy coats (that was just the men, hawhaw).

    Despite the assurance of the boat captain claiming Rotterdam was "5 degrees and raining', we only got a little bit damp. The windmills, suburban canals and baby ponies soon saw us ...

    Wet, windy and achored for first time

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 08, 2012

    5 photos

    ... sun came out so we went outside to watch. We were settled and swinging in line with the others, so were happy to stay overnight.

    Isi did some cleaning and John tried again to get the chart plotter to work outside. He tested the solar powered anchor light and that worked, so at least we were ok for the night time. No luck with the plotter – he thinks it must need an earth wire.

    After dinner we watched a DVD. Checking ...

    Rainy day in the Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by jmlcamacho on Mar 30, 2012

    5 photos

    ... Hague! Next, we followed our noses down the street to find a bunch of cheap side restaurants. Pizza for 1 euro? Yes. As we walked further, we found ourselves in the middle of Chinatown. How did we know? They had the little Chinatown gates! At that point, we told ourselves we either needed to figure out more about this city or leave... so we headed to the tourist information desk which FINALLY led us in the right direction to "the Hague."