Van der Valk Hotel Rotterdam
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Nice facility and peaceful sleep...
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3 days seminar in Rotterdam with drive around this beautiful city. Had a chance to go up on Euromast, checking out the famous cubical houses and short walk around the nature. Simply loved it! Stayed at Van Der Valk Rotterdam
... the Netherlands become an economic super power in the early 20th century, mainly because they were able to construct a massive fleet of ships in a fraction of the time that it took before the era of windmill power. The Dutch are passionate about preserving the industrial windmills and there is even a windmill society called De Zaansche Molen that was founded to preserve the mills for future generations. Very interesting ...
Since we purchased the Subaru, a couple of things have been done to prepare it for the challenge.
The most visible first thing done was to add the Amsterdam-Dakar Challenge stickers to the car. Two big stickers on each side of the car, easily catching the eye due to the bright yellow color.
Next up were more practical upgrades to the car. First of all we removed the back seat to make more space for luggage. Then it was time for some online ...
... it clear it would not be easy to find a (good) real off-road car like a Jeep, Land Rover, Toyota Landcruiser or Mitshubishi Pajero. With a bit of luck you can find a cheap one, but chances are it's going to have a lot of work to it and it's probably not going to be a very reliable machine.
But we also learned that a 4x4 would be very much possible! We found several Subaru Impreza's and Justy's for prices around / close to EUR ...
Hello all! So with Semester at Sea, there are a few ports where students have the option to travel independently from the ship and meet at the next port. This is what they call an "overland." I took advantage of this, so while the ship went from Antwerp, Belgium to La Harve, France, I traveled with a group via train from Antwerp, to Amsterdam, to Paris, and ended in La Harve. The entire group I traveled with consisted of 6 girls and 3 other guys. It was a ...