Hotel Commerce

Address: Henegouwerplein 56-58, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3021 PN, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Delfshaven area of Rotterdam, is near Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Sonneveld House, Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI), and De Doelen, Rotterdam.
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Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

Rotterdam- Week 13

A travel blog entry by imdbling on Dec 18, 2014

... delayed. It was the longest day of my entire life. All because Transavia didn't bother to check for technical problems before letting everyone board the plane!

The good news was I eventually met Simon and made it there safely, The bad news was that I wasted the entire day at the airport and was unable to see Rotterdam at all, as we had to leave in the morning for Amsterdam. My hope is that no one will ever have to go through the incredibly crazy day that I did at the Barajas airport.


My day in Rotterdam - The Gateway to Europe

A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 16, 2014

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... thing you notice is how modern everything is - the architecture is classy, cutting edge and eye catching. This is completely attributable to World War II. On 14th May 1940, Rotterdam's landscape changed forever when the entire historic city centre was destroyed in a massive aerial bombardment from the Luftewaffe. This happened during the German invasion of the Netherlands. The aim of the bombardment was to force the Dutch to surrender to the Germans. After this pretty ...

Head Over Heels in Like

A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Mar 24, 2014

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... Oh well. They all seem to have a small level part of the back for bags, but you can also sit on it, so I sat on the back of her blue and she rode. It did make me feel terribly lazy though. But the waterfront was nice. On the way home we stopped by the supermarket and bought stuff for the dinner that night. She would make Indonesian food. And it was delicious! She tried to make an effort to get to know me because she actually forgot, but she had to leave the next day ...

Rotterdam (Or Anywhere)

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 20, 2013

... jokingly bill themselves as 'the worst hostel in Amsterdam'. I'm pretty sure I could find worse if I really wanted to (I didn't want to), but when I opened the door to my dorm and saw the state of it I could see that their promotion isn't entirely tongue-in-cheek. The other seven people in the hostel had strewn their belongings all over the room and were clearly there for one reason and one reason only: to party. Herein lies my problem with Amsterdam: it's a fantastic city but it is full ...

Goodbye Europe

A travel blog entry by kseamon on Jun 19, 2013

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... 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 ...