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Internet

All the internet cafes are indicated by a computer symbol on the maps of the Simply the Best. Most internet cafes are situated on the West-Kruiskade, Nieuwe Binnenweg and the Schiedamseweg where they charge you € 1.- an hour. However there are still some places in town where they offer free internet.
YOUR INFO, Karel Doormanstraat 34c, open Mon-Sat 12pm-5pm

JIP, Matheneserlaan 173, open Tue-Sat 1pm-5pm (note the have a age limit)

Central Libary, Hoogstraat 110, open Mon 1pm-8pm, Tue-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-5pm, (September-June: Sun 1pm-5pm)

 

Phone

You can still find some public phone booths at Central Station close to Groothandelsgebouw. Most public telephones require you to pay with a telephone card or prepaid Chipknip (see information in the parking section).

For international phone calls go to a phone house like on the West-Kruiskade, the Nieuwe Binnenweg and the Schiedamseweg. The prices vary a lot so shop around for the best deal. To call, first dial the international access code (00) followed by the country code, area code and then the number. Most phone houses also offer internet access for € 1.- an hour (check if they have a Skype option). No pennies left to call home, then make a collect call (0800-0101). Whoever accepts your call, pays for it!

 

Post/ Post offices

The easiest way to get stamps is to buy them from the place you buy your postcards. A stamp for a letter or postcard within the Netherlands is € 0.44, within Europe it is € 0.77 and the rest of the world is € 0.95. Otherwise just go to a Post Office like on the Weena 296-298 (open Mon-Thu 9am-6.30pm, Fri 9am-9pm, Sat 10am-5pm). Drop your mail in any red/orange letterbox. There are two slits: on the right for Rotterdam and local zip codes and on the left for the rest: 'overige postcodes'.

 

Library

The Central Library in Rotterdam is a great place to relax on a rainy day. You can read foreign newspapers or books, use the internet and play chess on a life-sized chess board. They also have Lonely Planets for every country in the world!

Hoogstraat 110, open Mon 1pm-8pm, Tue-Fri 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-5pm, (September-June: Sun 1pm-5pm)

 

Foreign Newspapers

Central Library, Hoogstraat 110: foreign newspapers from almost anywhere you can imagine.

Hilton Hotel, Weena 10: English and German newspapers.

Hotel New York, Koninginnehoofd 1: English, German & French newspapers.

 

Communication