Quartier Du Port

Van Vollenhovenstraat 48-50, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3016 BJ, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the De Centrumraad area of Rotterdam, is near Kunsthal, Wereldmuseum, City and harbourwalk, and Witte Huis.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

    Poor baby blue

    A travel blog entry by jrl3710 on Jun 23, 2014

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    ... to the airport. And as I was running around this station in Den Hague, I learn that no trains are leaving the station. It gets so crowded because all of the trains had to deboard, that when I went up the escalator, human beings were literally piling into each other. The sad thing is that you can see it happening when you're further down the escalator. You would say, move please! Please don't just stand there! I'm coming towards you but I ...

    Traveling Down the Rhine River

    A travel blog entry by lindablaire on Aug 28, 2013

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    The Rhine is one Europe's longest rivers at 820 miles long, rising in the Swiss Alps and flowing into the North Sea at Rotterdam. A major international waterway, it runs through 6 countries. Through its tributary, the Main river, the Rhine is connected to the Danube by the Main-Danube canal. You can't imagine how much traffic there is along the Rhine. River ...

    110 Rotterdam

    A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 07, 2013

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    ... on the Dutch Island of Curacao.

    Along the quay of the "Wine Harbour", about two hundred meters from the Maritime Museum , (where I walked past and took some pictures) is the Mariniers Museum. The “Korps Mariniers” or Marine Corps was created in 1665 AD when Johan de Wit suggested that war ships should have soldiers on board in order to win the battles against ...

    Goodbye Europe

    A travel blog entry by kseamon on Jun 19, 2013

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    ... beer and sausage and spent time in the bier gartens as well as learning lots of Jewish history and then we day tripped to the Austrian alps where we fell I'm love with the mid evil town of Innsbruck and the massive mountains covered in snow as we reached the top jn shorts and tshirts. Then we overnight trained to Amsterdam which was quite the experience and we spent our last night out at amsterdams most famous bar where we had lots of fun and met up w some girls ...

    Holland America Line: Veendam

    A travel blog entry by ina01nl on Nov 11, 2012

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    ... can order the same selection as what is on the menu in the main dining room that particular night, and there is an "always available" selection. This has a Ceasar Salad that is to die for (with grilled chicken). I tried it. Yum!

    We skipped lunch most days, as we were mostly in port the whole day. Also it was just too much. We settled for having a good (usually early) breakfast, fruit during the day, and then dinner. I actually lost weight on ...