Tulip Inn Rotterdam
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It's amazing how different Europe lifestyle is compared to North America. Even just the small things like when the day starts are obvious. I got up at 7am, nothing special in North America, but the hostel and city was dead. It's been like that pretty much every city and town I've been in. Anyways, caught a 8:30 train from Berlin to Rotterdam which arrived at 3:30pm. When I checked in to the hostel, I inquired about a club outing that some people in the hostel ...
... visit Glasgow. There is certainly plenty of progress and preparation happening in Glasgow as the city prepares to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Friday August 23 was a relaxing day at sea. Saturday August 24 and we reached the most northern part of our trip, right at the top of Scotland, in the Orkney Islands. Kirkwall, with a population of only 8,500 and the capital of the Orkney Islands was our destination here. This port does not have the facilities to dock large ...
So today was clearly a very hung over day after a long night of partying!! We spent the afternoon in bed and then finally got ourselves out of bed and made ourselves breakfast for dinner!! We then sat out front of our hostel with about 25 people hanging out in the front area! It was an awesome night we just relaxed and socialized with many different people and then headed off to bed as we are off to Brugge in the ...
... was disgusting but loved Rome for three days and the gelato and rich history like the colosseum. Next we went to Florence and had a train hiccup but eventually all got there and got to see some famous churches and walk the markets. We went to cinque de terre where we hiked for the day and swam in the med. Finally we went to Venice and took a gondola ride and soaked in some beautiful sun in this city of canals. Next stop was our overnight train to Munich where we ...
... silently by. Occasionally a small cargo ship, with only its running lights visible, would pass to our port side as we sped along at 13.5 knots farther into the industrial area.
Going down of deck 3 (lower promenade deck) I witnessed a scene that few others were out of bed for - a welcoming home by one of the harbor tugs. Rotterdam is now the homeport of the ms Rotterdam and she had been away ...