NH Atlanta Rotterdam
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Rotterdam port and it gave us a lot of information on history of the port etc. I also got a chance to click a picture in front of the cubed houses which was so cool. However, since it was evening, we were unable to visit one. It was more or less a lazy day with a bit of slow strolling and casually chatting away about the country and places that could be visited etc.
Return journey was a good one too along with a whole lot of people from ...
This morning we went down for breakfast, and ran into Chuck, and Michele in the dinning room. We went to sit with them, and ended up staying there till they starting serving lunch. They invited us down to take a look at their inside handicap cabin. We ended up sitting there talking to them until about 1:00. Donna wasn't feeling well so she went up to our cabin, Michele was going to a knitting class, Chuck wanted to take a look at ...
... food was excessive and I chose not to eat about half of the set menu. I pocketted some for tomorrow. The duck had obviously been working out because it was a really tough piece of meat, still with some signs of feathers attached. Someone will tell me that that is a sign of something French and romantic, but it just looked second rate to me. All the time I sat there I drifted between talking myself into relaxing and enjoying the experience and chastising myself ...
Tuesday 20th August 2013
There are two questions that I seem to get asked frequently: what is your favourite place out of everywhere you've been?; and what do you think is the best country in the world? They are not the same question - a country or city that is perfectly suited to me personally might not necessarily be the best in the world. The first question is fairly easy to answer - my favourite place is San Francisco, although there are others that I also hold dear ...
... Another one, more popular by Rotterdammers, is "Money is earned in Rotterdam, divided in The Hague and spent in Amsterdam". Another saying that reflects both the rivalry between Rotterdam and Amsterdam is "Amsterdam has it, Rotterdam doesn't need it". While there, the main difference I saw was how more modern-looking Rotterdam is compared to Amsterdam.
I arrived hoping to visit museums such as the ...