Tulip Inn Rotterdam
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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I did what any circus-obsessed girl does when she knows there is a circus festival on.
I spent most of my day there. In fact, not alone actually.
I ran into so many people that i knew from previous circus things, watched some friends perform, and went an saw the most moving little show ever! It's like what every circus ...
... for my suitcase with all my possessions from the past 4 months, but nevertheless, a great bargain!). The airline was super cool looking, all very green, and the flight was not full at all for a Saturday morning flight. I closed my eyes and tried to rest but this is where the trouble started.
I could tell something was wrong when 30 minutes after we left the gate we still did not take off. About 40 minutes after leaving the gate an announcement came on saying that due to ...
... and non lifting low bridge making steering very testing but soon we were into Utrecht’s city centre canal for our picturesque mooring. We were rather pleased to see that on the electric it said “gratis” so we assumed the mooring was free too, and we like free! When we were sailing into Utrecht we saw an old water tower, the oldest in the Netherlands but now it is an exhibition centre with a permanent display about ...
Honnigsvag - bleak, desolate, cold. Out the window passengers that are brave enough are struggling with inappropriate umbrellas into the gale. It's 3 degrees with considerable windchill. This is meant to be a summer holiday! We are at the town closest to the North Cape 70' north where we are being squashed between the longitudinal lines. We may only venture ashore to this tiny village at the end of the world if the rain stops. And eventually it stopped for long enough to venture ...
Woke up to find us sailing by the breakwater into Rotterdam. Rotterdam is the largest container port in the world, and it really is a sight. Ships of every kind. It was a 30 mile trip into Rotterdam. The last three miles into Rotterdam was a work of art by our captain. He had to turn our ship around, and sail it in backward. We are the largest cruise ship to ever visit Rotterdam, so it was really incredible to watch him pull it off. Since this was the first visit ...