City Hotel Rotterdam
Travel Blogs from Rotterdam
... way back when I was in France and first embarking on the three-plus month Europe stint. I took a seat on the beach and sat to watch the kite surfers sharing the waves under the setting sun. Somewhere out there, I thought to myself, is England. I'm closer now than I've been since when I left in July 2010 and before I know it, I'll be back. I've turned another of the 'corners', there's not that much further now and I'm starting to feel like I can back off to cruising speed, relax and ...
... 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 ...
... they built everything new and went for the craziest, most out-there architecture they could. It's a great city. Unfortunately the weather was foul the day we were going to look at architecture so I went shopping instead and Steve had to do some work for his business partner at home. But this morning we went out and saw as much as we could before our train left. It's got some really great things and I hope Opa likes the pictures when I show him. (I might google the bits ...
... Ranch in San Antonio de Areco
- 28 Jan: Iguazu
- 29 Jan: Iguazu (Argentina)
- 30 Jan: Iguazu (Brazil)
Buenos Aires (embark Veendam)
- 31 Jan: Buenos Aires
- 01 Feb: Montevideo (Uruguay)
- 02 Feb: Punta del Este (Uruguay)
- 03 Feb: At Sea
- 04 Feb: Puerto Madryn (Argentina)
... Coningh der Zee" (king of the sea), and was completed in stages, eventually reaching 110 meters (including the 35 meters tall wooden spire). It collapsed in the night of 5 March 1512.