Amrath Hotel Brabant

Heerbaan 4 , Breda, Noord-Brabant, 4817 NL, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Heusdenhout area of Breda.
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    Final entry :-(

    A travel blog entry by bjf347 on May 24, 2014

    4 comments, 36 photos

    ... myself because she will speak English. Duh! Everyone speaks English here, and very good English at that.
    In the morning, Stanley and Corrie took us to two little towns to see some working windmills. In the first town, Terheijden (don't ask me to pronounce that), we went inside the windmill. It is actually in use. They mill the flour there, which was interesting to see, and they have a little store on the ground level. We went up three flights ...

    We're in Holland!

    A travel blog entry by bjf347 on May 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a wonderful cheese and tomato dip and calamari for Jan, his favorite. Later we had plates of meats, fries, and more calamari. And more wine, of course!

    We are settled in our little apartment which is so large that it makes Jan think he died and went to heaven. We're not unpacked yet, so I don't have my own pictures to show you, but Stanley and Corrie took a few. We'll be doing some sightseeing tomorrow, so we'll hopefully have more pictures for you then.
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    The Mill network at Kinderdijk, Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by prashant.mehta on Mar 29, 2013

    14 photos

    ... list of places to see. This network of mills have been built in the 1740's to drain out water from the polders into a temporary reservoir in order to keep the polders dry. There were two main types of windmills in the area, One: Used to drain water from polders to a reservoir and second: to move this water from the reservoir to the rivers when the river water level's low enough. All the windmills ...

    Hungry like the wolf

    A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on Jul 12, 2012

    1 photo

    ... a bored man sane.

    A six hour train ride ensued where a cute little girl who kept smiling at me turned sour when another girl wouldn't share her headband. Next time I sit near a screaming child like that and the parents don't do anything about it, I will fling the parents out the nearest door while going at high speed, then duct tape the child's mouth shut, after all, when she was quiet she was cute. The next hour of my journey to Rotterdam, saw me get ...

    Architecture in Rotterdam

    A travel blog entry by katevoss on Mar 29, 2012

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... since it’s one tiny factory and there are only 7 painters! After looking through the factory and very carefully looking through the shop (being careful not to knock any 500euro plates off the shelf) I headed back to the train station.
    I got the train back to Rotterdam and went back to my hostel to research a bit about the place before heading out for a walk. I walked in a ...