Tulip Inn Rotterdam
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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I had a really lazy day today to catch my breath and organise myself. Michael wanted to work on his car at Masshommel, so Bruno went to give him a hand but I opted to stay here at the flat. Lots of washing to do, and the machine is a front loader which takes two hours for every wash, so last load didn't finish until six. Things dry very quickly here. Must be the dry air. I was surprised because I thought being inside it would take ages. Maybe it's because we are ...
... in the lounge, I assumed I was in the correct place. So here I am now in Amsterdam, with an hour left to go before boarding, feeling very calm and collected...and also rather tired! I managed to FaceTime my brother and his girlfriend, as well as my nana and grandad in this time, and so that was extremely reassuring to speak to some close family members. I still feel a bit overwhelmed by the whole experience, but at the same time I ...
... be closed ( both town and camp site were closed). It was now dark, and thankfully a Belgium woman who was the only person out and about on this cold evening, happened to be walking along the street. While we were stopped wondering "where to next", she approached us and with hand signals going everywhere between us, we managed to decipher directions to another camp further along the road. Bearing in mind, it was very dark by now, not even 5pm yet, and ...
... was incredibly striking and emotional. It's a metal modernist-looking statue with a hole in the middle where the Germans "ripped out the heart of Rotterdam" as the tourist guide told us.
We walked over Eramus Brug, before decided to just turn around and walk back as neither of us where that bothered about seeing "Mini Manhattan" as it's referred to, on the other side of the river from Central Rotterdam. Then we walked langs het water (alongside the water), ...
... wear the jumper and scarf. I eventually make my way back to the hostel, get my bag out of the locker, and call for a cab. All the staff at the hostel were extremely friendly and helpful, and thankfully most people speak very good English in Amsterdam. Even though my ferry doesn't leave until 9.30pm I decide to start to make my way there later in the afternoon to allow for any unforeseen travel delays and language barriers. The taxi takes me to the ...