Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atlas Brielle
Travel Blogs from Brielle
... to enter Gouda!!
Another lock we went through (where we could not get in with 2 other cruisers it was that small) was very unusual as it had 4 pairs of gates. The keeper described how the different sets of gates worked. 1 is a flood tidal barrier. Another pair of the gates was known a fan lock gate and as you looked down on the wooden construction it was fanned out looking like a fan, and these gates are unique. The water came in behind it and used ...
... 250 million records sold. An amazing guy and a brilliant band. So after a huge day and night we slept well to then get up and make our way by train to Brussels. So we bid farewell to The Netherlands and hello to Belgium where hopefully there will be chocolates and waffles galore! Until then remember that those who eat chocolate may need new trousers but it gives them a goal for the future to get back into their old ones, Jess and ...
Mark had to go home early, so Jennie and I grabbed our stuff and piled into his car. It was about an hour and a half drive from the school to his hometown. He lives in Lissebroek, a suburb of Lisse, and works in a nearby town Keukenhof. He works on a farm that is half cattle/half flowers. The cattle are a Dutch breed, Blakhof, that look like Herefords or Angus/Hereford cross. It's a dual purpose breed, but ...
... into the old town. We cycled to the train station and locked our bikes in the underground bike station!!! then walked towards the old town. We passed the DeValk Moulen the flacon mill - an old grain mill... Toured and climbed the mill and discovered all the uses the Dutch had for these mills. Then off to town... Very pretty cobble stoned streets with canals . We stopped for Potat met ( hot ...
15 Aug 2013
New Zealand- Not
Sometimes a missed opportunity may be a blessing. Ab and I travelled in a Mercedes Vito double cab van with just enough room to stretch in the back and enough room not to be too squeezy. The ever present possibility of snoring sounds was not applicable due to the use of ear plugs, so we managed to have some decent night's sleep.
To local caravan park ...