Chambres d'hotes / Cafe La Cloche

Plata Latea (Bredestraat), Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Maastricht

On the move in the Netherlands

A travel blog entry by devos

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... had a lot of walking paths and we walked to a Resting place in the park where there was a reastraunt and bar and an animal farm for the children it was very nice" by 1pm the children were tired and as it was going to be a late night with the football ,the children have a few hours sleep. So all it is time to say Cheerios Untill next time be Happy and Healthy.���� ;����ᖟ 7;����ȸ ...

Tomb Raider

A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey

... related to Meuse/Maas, the name of the river), and 200 years ago, a Mosasaurus fossil was found and taken back to France. Others have subsequently been discovered, and little Maastricht has another claim to fame.

After an hour, we surfaced, exiting through the door that has two letterbox sized openings for the resident bats to fly in and out at leisure. It was an interesting experience, and one I’d do again, although I would never, ...

Meandering along the Mosel

A travel blog entry by norton.bikes

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... with a couple from the North Sea riding for a short length along the Mosel – and we ended up seeing them several times during the day. We rode hard in the early afternoon and then we met a couple (from Hanau outside of Gelnhausen and Frankfurt) and rode with them the final two hours. They were staying at a winery outside of Bernkastel. We were very tired and not wanting to camp, so when we got to Bernkastel, we went to the town Information office and found a room ...

Chocolate and Beer

A travel blog entry by rosinski218

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I guess the theme to all these posts is beer, but come on. We are in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium after all. As you can tell we drank some great Belgian beer and had some great chocolate. Tongeren was also interesting because it is one of the oldest towns in Belgium, so it had a lot of cool old buildings and crumbling cobblestone ...

Where did all the canals go???

A travel blog entry by rosinski218

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We took a 2.5 hour train from Delft to Maastricht, which is suppose to be completely different from the rest of the Netherlands. We were not disappointed. A large river ran through the city, but there were no canals in sight. You could even see lush green hills on the outskirts of town. The main ...

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