City Hotel Rotterdam

s Gravendijkwal 100-102, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3014 EJ, Netherlands | Inn
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This inn, located in the De Centrumraad area of Rotterdam, is near Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Kunsthal, Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI), and Sonneveld House.
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Travel Blogs from Rotterdam


A travel blog entry by dft on May 05, 2014

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... that had nothing to do with the blue pattern that’s so familiar to us.

In the evening after dinner (we ate with a couple from New Orleans), the crew performed in a talent show of sorts. It ran the gamut from the bartender juggling wine bottles, to the Indonesian staff playing some traditional bamboo instruments, to a couple of cute skits and finally, a well choreographed routine involving about 10 staff members bobbing up and down that was just hysterical.

Rotterdam (Or Anywhere)

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 20, 2013

... I've not felt that for a while.

Originally I was going to spend just two nights in The Hague - long enough to visit the incredible Louwman Museum which is a must if you love cars like I do - but when I looked up the cost of hostels in Amsterdam I decided to spend an extra night in The Hague and one less in the 'Dam. Great decision. If I thought Rotterdam and it's industrial but peaceful and diverse feel was to my liking, The Hague went a whole way further. I did spend more time ...

Amsterdam to Belgium travel

A travel blog entry by jdslone1 on Jun 19, 2013

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... to Amsterdam. I didn't know for sure it was going to be there because we traveled to Belgium. As it turns out, Internet, wireless signal, and landlines are overrated in the small towns. No surprise here from our perspective, but we were hoping with our belief and optimism alone we could spend the 2 hours getting there so I can have a bag. We left Amsterdam today on a train to Rotterdam, a train from Rotterdam to Antwerp, and then got on a bus that seemed ...

Fun, Games and Surprises at the Airport

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Apr 11, 2013

4 comments, 6 photos

... and were told that they would help with my "five charges" dilemma - (remember the old commercials - they will help you over there?). You get the point. Move on, Jack

After our baggage was accepted (not overweight thanks to my pack-master) we queued up for the Customs and Immigration "face to face". The only delay here was the official trying to find an open space in our passports for her stamp. Then we were through, was that ...

Tracing my roots in the Netherlands

A travel blog entry by chrissyfaulks on Mar 16, 2013

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... and had a good look around the place. I wonder how different it looks now to how it did when she lived here. I know she has a lot of relatives living around here, but as they are distant relatives and I have never met them or have any contact details, I didn't get to meet them. I was pretty stoked to find a Kloosterhuis (Oma's maiden name) family tree on the net, as well as a picture of her parents and Oma (and aunties and uncles). I also know she has sisters in Holland who ...