H2otel Rotterdam

Wijnhaven 20a, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3011 , Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the De Centrumraad area of Rotterdam, is near Kijk-Kubus (Show-Cube), Maritime Museum Rotterdam, Museum Het Schielandshuis, and Openlucht Binnenvaart Museum.
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    A travel blog entry by dft on May 05, 2014

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    ... port in the world after Singapore and Shanghai. Once we arrived there, we had a choice of things to do: (1) visit the Delft factory (2) visit the town of Delft (with no guided tour), or (3) visit Dordrecht where there was a museum featuring art pieces that had been collected by the Dutch King Wilhelm II. We opted for the Delft factory tour which was ok. I’ve never been a fan of Delft pottery but it was interesting to see the variety of pieces that they have made over ...

    Rotterdam (Or Anywhere)

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Aug 20, 2013

    ... I didn't think that much of. And the last time I stood on an actual sandy beach, that was when I slept in a rowing boat in the Italian town of Monterosso.

    I'd spent all day walking around Rotterdam and my legs were starting to tire. When I'd checked into the hostel and picked a bed in one of the skinny little three-tier bunks, I headed straight down the road to the beach. Feeling the ground underneath my feet turn from ********crete to forgiving sand is something I've longed ...

    Amsterdam to Belgium travel

    A travel blog entry by jdslone1 on Jun 19, 2013

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    Today we met up with our Pennsylvania friend Zack, and out Italian friend Luca for a free tour. This was cool and we wandered around a bit more while I was on the phone with delta for what seemed like my whole life. Finally I dropped the right lingo as well. At this point my allergies were acting up and I had nothing to do about it, the medicine they sell in Amsterdam is all green and it doesn't seem to help with allergies..... So I called delta and told the ...

    Water, water everywhere

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on May 06, 2013

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    ... met. Its purpose is to save lives, not property, so it's likely that the land would still flood. However, it is unlikely that there would be any loss of human life. Each arm of the barrier is nearly as long as the Eiffel Tower is tall. It cost hundreds of millions of euros and has so far only been put into use once (in 2007). It did its job, and all the engineers, welders, etc. who built the thing breathed a huge sigh of relief.

    I had thought "water day" would ...

    Tracing my roots in the Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by chrissyfaulks on Mar 16, 2013

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    ... Winschoten is about half an hour by train from Groningen, and is a very small town set amongst a fairly rural landscape. My Oma grew up here and she and my Opa got married in a church in Winschoten (unfortunately I did not get a picture of the church, but I did get one of her house!) My Oma was a bookkeeper and my Opa was in the army. They left the Netherlands in their twenties, on a ship for Australia, in search of a new life. I suspect the war had a lot to do with ...