NH Atlanta Rotterdam
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Rotterdam
... cold outside so I came inside every once in a while. The restaurant closed at around 12-12:30 and we left then. (Right now) I am writing this at about 2 o'clock in the morning. The pictures are not in order by the time they were taken. The first thirteen of them are in the restaurant. The rest of them are in the order they were taken and should be first (switched with the other ...
An overcast morning. Into Rotterdam on an early train to take advantage of the day. Once armed with a map, headed straight for Markthal. Markthal is a covered market area, with apartments forming the covering arch. While that might sound claustrophobic, nothing could be further than the truth. Its a massive upsidedown U structure, with glass walls at both ends. The "ceiling" (under ...
... reached as far as they did in the top sport of their land.Rien and I enjoyed the company of at least 26 people with plenty to nibble on and drinks all round Arie he neighbour and John had installed the tent in the back yard ,Arie had decorated the tent inside and set up music and a large film screen where the football match was projected from the TV to the screen ,he did a wonderful job setting ...
... the city and to the outlying towns and villages. The beautiful village of Zaanse Schans is home to a number of windmills. We went inside one that is probably the last wind-powered dye mill in the world. There were once 1000 windmills in the Zaane area, only 13 have survived. Although we shared our afternoon with throngs of Japanese tourists we enjoyed wandering around this pretty village which has been largely recreated for ...
... of how powerful the Germans were and that they meant business, the Dutch quickly surrendered as they feared for the survival of their other historic cities. Fortunately only about 1000 people died in the bombardment because, knowing that the Germans were likely to do this, many of the other inhabitants had fled to safer areas of the city and surrounding areas. As a result of the bombing, Rotterdam was in quite a unique position of being able to rebuild their city from ...