Suitehotel Pincoffs (Hotel aan de Maas)
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Suitehotel Pincoffs (Hotel aan de Maas) Rotterdam
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... because of our 4 star Mariner status were checked in right away. We heard that there were only about 500 passengers getting on the ship in Rotterdam, so there were no long lines at security or anywhere else, for that matter. At 11:30 they began to board and we were on the ship and in our cabin in just a few minutes. Then it was time for lunch, of course.
After lunch, it was nap time, then the required muster drill. After the drill, we ...
... finally got to my security gate, I beeped, and I asked the lady who was patting me down how her day was. She responded with a very pleasant, "good until now" and she was grabbing my boob. It was the most thorough search ever. I have never felt more confused, and more like a stupid tourist until today. I might even rename this blog "The ignorant, confused American". Well that's all for now folks, I still have one more flight, so here goes ...
... The whole country is very beautiful and pleasant to look at. Anyways, I walked down to the port because the girl at the hostel desk told me the Green Peace ship that was captured by the Russians was in the port for today. I headed down but never found it. But the port system here is quite complicated and is massive. It would have been cool to see it but I wasn't going to walk around for an hour just to see one ship. On my way back to the hostel I found the ...
... our complete confusion about Dutch, how to get tickets and use the train. The trip took less than 20 minutes to get to Central Station in the oldest part of Amsterdam. Unfortunately the weather was damp and foggy and the "walking tour" we'd picked up was poor but we did get a sense of central Amsterdam. The traffic is crazy and pedestrians are definitely at risk. Bikes are everywhere. Not one helmet. There were also scooters, vans, cars, trams and trains going in ...
... 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. ...