Ibis Rotterdam Vlaardingen
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... backpacking Experience!
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... as plane wasn't due till three thirty and desk wasn't opening till twelve.
We were among the first in line when the desk opened, so scored pretty good seats. Room for the legs. Only a six hour flight to Dubai, where we arrived at twelve thirty their time.
Before we reached the hotel it was two, and we were getting picked up at 7.45 next morning. Not much sleep that ...
Saturday - beautiful day brisk with a bit a a chill factor out of the sun - glad we had jackets... or at least I did :) We hopped on the bikes to go into Leiden for coffee. Rick was LOST!! we had turned left out of steve's place instead of right.... Eventually we got back on track and had coffee at the Tea House in the forest after mistaking the castle grounds for the forest!! The we decided ...
... Anyway, I let myself sleep in a bit, then I went to check out how much it might cost if I wanted to change my flight from Krakow to somewhere closer to Rotterdam. And actually I found it was cheaper to change my flight than it was to train/bus/plane it from Krakow... soooo I was thinking about it. A lot. I took myself for a little walk around Delft in the afternoon. Then came home and changed the flight. Such a fricken sucker for love. Totally head over heels in like at the ...
... we visited the Maeslant Storm Surge Barrier, where our guide, Thoraya, gave us an interesting presentation on water management. The barrier was completed in 1997 and consists of two HUGE arms that swing out in the port's waterway and block surges coming in from the North Sea. The operation of the arms is all computerized so there is no human intervention. The computer takes measurements of the sea level every ten minutes and will only close off the port if certain ...