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... my photos last year, found these old photos and only then realized the beauty of some. Problem is they either turn out nice or they don't. I can not really plan the outcome. So who knows, some tour day some light-smudge photos might pop up. If I do not forget my camera and my memorystick :D
Time: About an hour
Weather: After a day of rain and dark clouds, it was dry. Mostly a dark black with darker black sky ...
... very picturesque. Eventually we made our way back to the car, having walked around a big block, with Eric pointing out all the interesting spots, and telling us stories with snippets of the past.
Back in the car, Eric drove us past the Euromast to the harbour and Maastunnel. We experienced going into the building which is the entrance to the tunnel, which just like at Antwerp takes you under the water to the other side. And it was just like ...
... to go. He said it would so we all boarded and he carried on chatting to us. Once on the other side, he asked where we were trying to get to and if we knew how to get there - the answer's being Central Rotterdam, and no, not a clue!
Luckily, he was heading the same direction and promised us he didn't mind cycling his proper racing bike at the slow speed of our hire bikes! So he introduced himself as Alexander, and he led the way. Along the cycle ride, ...
... and saw the views from above (you know if there is a view I must see it!) we then hiked the hour down the mountain and rewarded our selves with a libation back on the water front. To celebrate our amazing trip as well as my parents 60th birthdays, kel and I took mom and dad out to the restaurant that has won best restaurant in Bergen for the past three years. We did a five course tasting menu and every bite was a flavor explosion, it was a great ...
... NYC, but only takes 75 minutes. It was very interesting and they had running commentary in several languages. It was amazing to see sooooo many containers stacked up and waiting to be shipped out. We saw drydocks, and lots of swans for some reason. They don't seem the least intimidated by all the activity around them. Rotterdam is not a typical Dutch city in that it was nearly completely destroyed during WW2 and everything is very modern. The architecture takes some ...