Regardz Airport Hotel Rotterdam
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were far from over as we headed to KLM in Terminal 2. They said there were only two fights available for us. One at 5pm and one at 8:30pm. Also, both of them were going to AMSTERDAM and not Rotterdam. There was complete madness as none of the people who were working seemed to have any sympathy as they often walked away from many people asking them questions. I waited with the two women in line and found out from their passports they were from Bulgaria. Great, I thought, not ...
... hours now. The rain was bad enough, but as I was shooting Donna with a windmill I was waiting for a man to move so I could shoot the photo. Seems his wife didn't take to kindly to my frustration, and made the comment that I needed to get over it, and have people in my photos. Now the choice between grabbing her by the throat, and ending her pathetic life, or spending a few years in a Dutch jail suddenly crossed my mind. She was lucky I was in a hurry, and was afraid ...
... here since before she was dating her husband. She knew the staff and the place was a local brewery with some good beer on tap. It was nice being able to have someone with us who spoke Dutch. It made ordering much easier! Especially when she asked for English menus for us. We spent the rest of the evening talking and drinking. It was a lot of fun and a night to remember. The Hague was a lot more than we expected and we both wished we had spent more time here.
... street. It truly feels like a city and country that welcomes everyone without discrimination. The quiet, subdued feel of it: I walked a thoroughly spontaneous route, mostly with only the sound of my footsteps for company. It was a peace and tranquility that I've not known for some time. I sat by a canal with the rusted remains of a bicycle visible beneath the water, took photos of cars and buildings and had to divert my attention to something photo-worthy so many times I'm surprised I ...
... rooms, and does throw out perception and balance to some.
From here, a walk around the Old Port, past the former tallest building in Europe and through the markets, stopping to eat ham and cheese sandwiches. Jan even bought us a little pair of painted Dutch clogs. We took a train to the Central Station and then Tram towards the gardens and Euromast Tower. The tower stands at 184metres, and offers great views of the city. We headed to the ...