Suitehotel Pincoffs (Hotel aan de Maas)
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Rotterdam is a city where I use to go quite often. I go to buy fresh fruits, veggies and fish at the local market.
For those who consider moving or visiting Rotterdam and want to visit the local market I must say that it's held only 2 days per week : on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Someone could say that on Sunday as well, but on Sunday people sell leftovers and the quality is not that good...besides ...
... Rotterdam was through a suburban beautiful area which we reckoned Nik's family probably lived in as we'd decided he was quite well him due to him recommending really expensive places to us that he goes to a lot!
We stopped off at an Albert Heijn to get some dinner and then packed up and did a pretty quick turn around once we got to Andres'. We whispered "goodbye sexy Nik" to Nik's door as we left, and went on our way to Rotterdam Centraal Station to ...
Next stop on our road trip was this huge and modern city of Rotterdam. One of the largest port in the world and the busiest in Europe, Rotterdam has once been the busiest in the world until Singapore took over and then shanghai. Like any other European town, Rotterdam is built around the river Maas (known to locals as river Meuse). It's strategic location on the mouth of river Maas made it an important hub for entering ...
... However, the waters down south, especially around Cape Horn, can be rough. Very rough. I'm talking really bad stuff here. Since I already had problems with feeling queasy during the last night of our Maasdam cruise, I am a bit anxious of how I will feel with the really rough seas. Apparently, the best spot, would be as low as possible and in the middle, where the movements of the ships are the least pronounced. OK. That means approximately the same ...
... with a hint of challenge. It just sits there saying, “Come on, don’t just stand there, come here and play me, if you dare!” There were some kids crashing about on it playing the international anthem of all amateur pianists, Chopsticks, and the nearby shop keepers probably want to set fire to the damn thing, but was wonderful to see a genuinely good instrument made available to anyone who wanted to use it (anyone with the means to fly on aeroplanes that is…)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking