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... and I took in a recovering swim and sauna before all four of us squeezed into the 2 single beds to watch a movie. With Kingrock taking the floor bed the night before it was my turn but the sleep was surprisingly ok. In fact the floor was more comfortable than our beds we had endured in Belfast. A big night, some chilled times and overall a good weekend in Rotterdam. Now it's time to leave the Netherlands behind and head to Antwerp, ...
... a mix of cultures and characters. Had the best Lebanese soup at a table on the pavement outside a nondescript building (it advertised soup). Turns out it was The Bazar Restaurant, where the inside of the building resembled a middle eastern bazar. The toilets were tiled and mirrored, and not only did the lights flash blue, but an alarm sounded if you weren't out in 30 secs flat. As I didn't know about the alarm and ...
... from Pirates on the open sea,she is now stationed on land in Holland.Rien and I were invited to attend the Marine Tall Ships Race in Harlingen ,It was a great day seeing all the tall ships in the harbours, There were many displays to see and plenty of food especially the Potat with mayonnaise yum yum!!! After the tall ships we all went to the Valk restaurant for dinner. After having a great time with Marianne and her family we ...
After an early breakfast and a great night's sleep I caught the train from Amsterdam to Paris. It took me a little while to find my seat. I looked up and down but could not find seat 14. Then the young woman who serves meals on the train told me my seat was in the Salon, through another door. I headed that way and opened the door. It had four very luxurious chairs and a table suitable for a meeting. Obviously this section was for people to have business meetings ...
... ships and where you could also see hundreds of thousands of shipping containers stacked on top of one another. A shipping container will last for about 10 - 15 years. They also have a special facility to clean out the containers. Containers are all built to an international standardised size so they can be easily transported at any destination and on any cargo ship. It was interesting to find out from the Maritime Museum that when a lorry containing a container ship arrives in ...