Suitehotel Pincoffs (Hotel aan de Maas)
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... 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 ...
... we had to tender to the mainland. This was the only day so far that was not beautiful and fine, but the drizzle did not deter us. We wandered the little alleyways and visited the quaint little arts and craft shops and museums. I even braved it and went to a local hairdresser for a haircut. I didn't think she was ever going to stop cutting, but it turned out OK ( I think ). Time to venture on and Norway being our next country to visit. We have four ports of call here. ...
Alright so Friday night we decide to check out the club scene in Rotterdam! We enjoyed 2 litres of wine for only 6 euros. We then hung out in the front of our hostel where many of the people from the hostel were drinking! We ended up making friends with a few of the employees of the hostel and went out with them! We went to a few ...
... beer and sausage and spent time in the bier gartens as well as learning lots of Jewish history and then we day tripped to the Austrian alps where we fell I'm love with the mid evil town of Innsbruck and the massive mountains covered in snow as we reached the top jn shorts and tshirts. Then we overnight trained to Amsterdam which was quite the experience and we spent our last night out at amsterdams most famous bar where we had lots of fun and met up w some girls ...
... for 90 days. The harbor tug had all her firefighting nozzles spraying channel water over a hundred feet into the air.
On our segment of the trip - Singapore to Rotterdam our floating home logged 15,576 statute miles, consumed 31,680 gallons of Diesel per day using 5 diesel generators, and consumed 158,000 gallons of potable water each day. We sailed with 1222 guests and 628 crew onboard, ...