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For my birthday, Dylan knows how adventurous I can be, so he took me to Rotterdam for some abseiling (or repelling) down the Euromast. The Euromast is the tallest building/observation tower in Holland at 185 meters (about 607 feet) tall. You will see there is an observation ...
... because of our 4 star Mariner status were checked in right away. We heard that there were only about 500 passengers getting on the ship in Rotterdam, so there were no long lines at security or anywhere else, for that matter. At 11:30 they began to board and we were on the ship and in our cabin in just a few minutes. Then it was time for lunch, of course.
After lunch, it was nap time, then the required muster drill. After the drill, we ...
... of fish, battered and deep fried served with a tartar/mayonnaise type sauce. We had a beer sitting at a beach side bar then had a stroll along the promenade where we saw lots of strange fun bronze sculptures which the children could climb on.
We then returned to Den Haag central and had a walk around looking at the old and new buildings. We found a lovely big square and sat with a beer and took in the atmosphere. As ...
... br> Our final day in Holland we spent in sunny Leiden. In this delightful town we visited a working windmill, rebuilt in 1743 it is 29 metres tall and the span of the windmills is 27 metres. It had the capacity to mill 1280kg of flour a day, today that would be enough bread for 8000 people. In this mill, the family home occupied the lower 3 floors, and they were quite spacious rooms, and the grain and workings of the mill were on the upper 4 floors. All ...
... to go to since it's Saturday. Plus, I figured since I didn't go out when I was in Berlin (party central), I should go when I'm here.
I went for a short walk around Rotterdam. I think it might be tied as one of the most scenic cities I've been to on this trip. Small canals, walking streets with the occasional tram track, very original architecture with all the buildings. I had noticed this change in scenery as soon as I had crossed the boarder ...