Quartier Du Port

Address: Van Vollenhovenstraat 48-50, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3016 BJ, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the De Centrumraad area of Rotterdam, is near Kunsthal, Wereldmuseum, Witte Huis, and City and harbourwalk.
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      Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

      Resting and Father/Son bonding

      A travel blog entry by brsant on Jun 24, 2014

      3 photos

      ... the supermarket, Albert Heijn, in the morning and bought something to cook for dinner tonight. The girls on the counter are very nice and always speak in English when they know I am not Dutch, which becomes obvious as soon as I open my mouth.
      Made myself a sandwich for lunch and a cup of tea, then went up for a read of my book. I have lugged it around for the whole trip and had only read one chapter! Then had a sleep - miss those nanna naps.......
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      Going back in time and sad farewells

      A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 04, 2013

      96 photos

      ... would work as a substitute for a shower the next morning. Woke to a very cold morning, about 5 degrees, and was pleased to get moving again towards Rotterdam. As we were meeting Bo's cousin Eric the next morning for our guided tour of Rotterdam, we booked into a Stadscamping near the centre of Rotterdam. We were looking forward to our tour with Eric, as he has researched where Bo's dad spent his childhood and some of the paths he took as a boy ...

      124 Up Up and Away!

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Aug 22, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... people would understand that this was a situation outside someone’s control.

      My journey had come to an end. The last bit which for most people would be a major journey was now just a little bit at the end. A summery ? Well, I have a few days to think about it. However, for the benefit of my new friends who know little about Australia or where I live I will do a page about my area of residence and what makes life tick in my ...

      Rotterdayuum (and lots of pretty windmills)

      A travel blog entry by lexindam on Aug 09, 2013

      22 photos

      ... We had a delcious dinner sharing a choccie pud for dessert and me attempting to speak Dutch the whole way through the meal but apparently with a very clear English accent as everytime, they'd speak English back to me - which really started to irritate me! I was trying so hard! Particularly amusing was when I tried to ask for the bill: "Kunnen we betalen" to which she responded, oh do you want the bill? GRRRRR!!

      After dinner we wandered home stopping off by ...

      A Day in Amsterdam and travelling the Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by cess07 on May 26, 2013

      ... At the next stop my purchase is successful and I make my way to Rotterdam. On the train ride to Rotterdam, I decide to try and kill the few hours that I have up my sleeve in the city as this would likely be more eventful that the harbour. However, I quickly find out that in the Netherlands, the further you go out of Amsterdam the less English people tend to speak. There also looked to be a lot of dropkicks just loitering. The city looked pretty ...