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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
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... I only knew English or Spanish, so when they heard "Español" they called a friend who I had to speak to in Spanish about what was happening and they had to translate in their language (which again at the time I had no idea what they were speaking).
Frustrated, I headed down to the baggage claim to get my bag, while these two foreign women followed and communicated with me by pointing and hand gestures. It felt good that I could help them, since they would have been ...
... pouring rain started. Just wonderful. Donna has been looking forward to see the tulips, and it's pouring the rain. Because of the rain getting on the bus was a disaster. Finally, they just put the handicap people on any bus they could. 46 buses just for our ship. What a mess. Wet, but off we went. It took us about an hour to ride through Rotterdam, and the Dutch countryside to get to Keukenhof Gardens to see the tulips. Along the way we saw many windmills, and ...
Here I am, a mere two weeks since my A330 from Abu Dhabi touched down at Manchester, I'm back in the air again. After a short stop in Amsterdam, I'm well on the way to Accra, the capital of Ghana. I must say I'm much more nervous for this trip then I was for the Nepal trip. That was a tourist trip, with my family and Liz and ...
... make such a difference to how a place feels.
With only one night I knew I had to get out and look around straight away. I couldn't afford to sit down in the hostel and waste time watching YouTube videos. There's some great stuff on YouTube or other video-streaming sites and I genuinely could spend a lot of hours watching compilations of people fighting from all around the world, but Rotterdam was more important.
First stop - and call this clichéd all you like - was ...
Another full day today exploring the city of Rotterdam. Rather than drive into the city, we parked near home in Hendrik Ido Ambacht and boarded a waterbus. The waterbus isn't perhaps as true to its name as todays evening activity, but more on that later. Rather, its a ferry, and a different hassle free method of transport into Rotterdam. Like so many times before, we picked up a city discount pass; The Rotterdam Card. This was similar to ...