Stadscamping Rotterdam

Address: Kanaalweg 84 3041 JE , Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Noord area of Rotterdam, is near Delfshaven, Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI), De Doelen, Rotterdam, and Rotterdamse Schouwburg.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotterdam

    My day in Rotterdam - The Gateway to Europe

    A travel blog entry by girlfriday on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... get to coach number 18. I couldn't work out how any train had 18 and more coaches! However, when I made it to the station I realised that actually the coach numbers didn't start until 11. That made much more sense! The inside of the high speed Thalys train was spacious, plush, comfortable and had those useful little foot rests for short people, which I love. They even had handy little winged edges at the top of each seat so you could lean your head against them and doze on ...

    Rotterdam (Or Anywhere)

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 20, 2013

    ... beach and the decision to walk to and from the Louwman Museum (I don't recommend it if you're a bit walk-shy) meant it took up a whole day, but I was quite content to fill the rest of the time just walking around. I checked out the Peace Palace which is home to the International Criminal Court where Milosovic was put on trial for war crimes and at one stage I once again ended up in front of an estate agents window, looking at the sort of money I'd need to buy a house around here. Just ...

    Amsterdam to Belgium travel

    A travel blog entry by jdslone1 on Jun 19, 2013

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    ... a place called Terhagen. Bus 500! Later I learned you pay at entry and it's based on where you go. Most people just have cards and don't show it or pay, it's an honor system. When we got off this bus, we walked in the direction we had came from and encountered almost no humans, a few cats were chillin though. We couldn't read anything except like "vinyl" and a few words like "Mercedes," so we missed our stop in Terhagen, and got off the bus two stops too ...

    Wonderful visit with Aryn and Jason!

    A travel blog entry by abudebbie on Jun 08, 2013

    ... rides in. This is the only waka outside of New Zealand. We were very impressed with the whole museum! Afterwards we just walked around and got a feel for the city. Then home to Aryn's to repack and get ready to leave the next day.

    All in all a marvelouse trip! I hope you have enjoyed my travelogue. I did hear from a few that they weren't able to access it, but many others were, so I don't have an explanation. Love to all! Debbie

    Tracing my roots in the Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by chrissyfaulks on Mar 16, 2013

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    ... seen photos of, but as their English is bad, and my Dutch is non-existent, we didn't meet up. I wish I spoke Dutch. I think I will try to learn when I get home. (I can hear Steve saying, "add that to the list of things you want to do.") I like to learn a lot of things. From Winschoten, we took the train to Opa's hometown, Rotterdam. Rotterdam is a big, exciting city and it has done well to recover from the war. Instead of rebuilding exactly how things were (a la ...