De Campveerse Toren

Address: Kaai 2, Veere, Zeeland, 4351 AA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kaai 2, Veere, is near Miniature Walcheren.
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A travel blog entry by yarnbarb on Apr 07, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... on board whose family has had business since 1630 showed the original pattern his grandfather designed for earrings Lenore and I bought. Met 40 year old captain for dinner. Already eating too ...


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Apr 18, 2014

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When Abel Tasman sailed to Australia for the Dutch East India company and happened upon an as yet 'undiscovered and unnamed' island, he called it New Zealand in honor of Zeeland, his home in the Netherlands. (Although New Zealand was settled by Scots, not Dutch, both places are known for sheep and mussels).

Our day in Zeeland does not begin well. For one thing, it is cloudy and drizzling. For another, two local women ...

North Sea Barrier & Middelburg

A travel blog entry by seejay on Apr 07, 2014

Breakfast, in Veere bus ride to the Oosterschelde Barrier. A huge dam that took thirty years to build to control the water flow from the North Sea into holland. What a feat! Back to ship for a casual lunch in lounge, went through a Lock! Which was very interesting, how the gates close behind us, before the gates in front of us open up. Sailed ...

Homeward bound

A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on Jul 23, 2013

... we got from North Shields the P&O ferry was more like Consett Ferries, about a third of the size and everything was just that little bit cheap. We did upgrade to a 4 berth cabin which was the best £30 we spent in a long time. We had more space in the cabin with the two of us than we had on the train that slept 6, If I had a cat I could easily have swung it round.


The Attic on Iris Street

A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jul 17, 2012

16 photos

... level so if it floods they'll stiil be able to keep their heads above water.)

I got the promised chocolate and beer too, although after two delicious Dutch feasts of salmon and new potatoes and a meat ball soup (courtesy of Sten's Mum) I barely had room for it. We were so lucky to have such an attentive local host, who gave us the chance to experience a side to the Netherlands so far from Amsterdam, our weekend there faded to a distant ...