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Loudest, weirdest hotel ever. Feels more like a hospital room than a hotel. Bathroom like an airplane's except with a shower. Happy to have slept somewhere though. Off to A'dam.
Wish you were here!
... like hallway with a roomkey activated door. It felt pretty cool to open the doors with a card. It had only two beds and a little table in the corner,two chairs(which we used as a table) and a airplane-like bathroom.
I took a shower and got in bed. I wanted to watch the Germany-Greece soccer game, but fell asleep while Dad was in the shower.
It was a very exhausting day but we were in Europe and though a bit moody and tired; I was very happy!
... pedestrian-only streets, elevators in the Metro, and so on. We went to a Saturday street market, attended an orchestral performance in a massive cathedral dating back 600 years, and visited their ultra-modern Institute of Architecture, but our absolutely favourite place in the city was its hospital. Why? We decided to check out Bonnie’s foot there. Lo and behold, their x-rays and diagnosis were radically different from Greece. Bonnie’s major fracture ...
... but I was only interested in the first room.
Back on the street, I walked around and found a set of handprints of famous people. I had not seen this before and I knew Jackie Chan had placed his in cement, so once I found it, I ticked it off of the list. As I had some time, I also had look at the rectangle houses. They are out there, and this is one reason I think that Rotterdam is kind of cool. The ...
... requisite big church known as the 'Grote Kerk', or 'Large Church'. It fronts onto the big market square known as the 'Grote Markt', or 'Large Market'. The Dutch tend to be pretty straightforward with their naming.
We of course visited the cathedral, which is, as is generally the case, impressively large. The guy at the desk was quite friendly when we walked in. After wandering for a couple of minutes, Sheila said, 'Hey, it looks like you can climb one of the ...