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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... modern and cute hotel called Hotel Casa400 : four students started the hotel in 1957 (a good Year) with one mission: to create a home for international guests and students. It has a really young vibe to the place, VERY friendly (compared to the dour service in France) and the restaurant called East57 has really healthy food and an interesting bar. Heinekin on tap (of course), a great wine list. Located near the Amstel metro station, we arent far ...
... city being build on reclaimed land and most buildings are on piles of wood) and bridges. For lunch we headed to a small pub (The Hoffe) which had excellent food. I got to try a Dutch meal of beef croquettes which tasted exactly like Oma's homemade croquettes. Not sure what kind of meat Oma uses but they definitely reminded me of hers, just a lot bigger! Maggie got a goat cheese salad & tomato soup. With the weather turning a little nicer as ...
... smoking establishments and I'm not talking about tobacco! If you want a drink then the Cafes' are what you need, which brings me to the topic of acceptance. It seems that anything goes in this city and certainly it has a reputation of sex and drugs being the main draw for a number of tourists and locals alike, but stop and look around and there is so much more going on, in fact this place bristles with energy and creativity while at the same time managing to feel relaxed, maybe ...
... the busiest in the world. The entire city was demolished in 1940 during World War 2 by Hitler's bombing and since then has rebuilt itself in modern and eccentric designs (a bit to a fault in my opinion). I had always been curious about couch surfing and finally had a chance to test it out in Rotterdam. I stayed with a very welcoming Polish guy close to my age, and I was unexpectedly greeted with a large room to myself. ...
... too late for the most important one; Rijksmuseum. For 3 hours you can wonder around seeing all art, paintings of history including the worldwide known Nachtwacht/The Night Watch of Rembrandt. I guess we have to do this another time...but honestly im not a museum fan, but ok, i should have seen this at least once in my home country.
We had lunch at typical Dutch eateries, where i tried t explain Sahid that there are different types of Cafe's...explaining the menu, how things ...