De Ruwenberg Conference and Training Center

Address: Ruwenbergstraat 7, Sint-Michielsgestel, Noord-Brabant, 5270 AA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ruwenbergstraat 7, Sint-Michielsgestel, is near St. John's Cathedral (Sint-Janskathedraal), Noordbrabants Museum, VVV 's-Hertogenbosch (Tourist Center), and Het Zwanenbroedershuis.
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      Travel Blogs from Sint-Michielsgestel

      Week 2 - On Board the INGVI

      A travel blog entry by jadksg on May 16, 2014

      3 comments, 11 photos

      ... occurrence - and even Rusty commented that this was kind of "creepy". Friday morning is disembarkation time and depending on your flight arrangements or other itinerary, people begin leaving the ship as early as 4:00 a.m. We had our final breakfast of the week with Dave and Ceil as they were heading the the airport for their trip back to Philadelphia. Rusty and I took a taxi to the train station in Basel and boarded a train for Interlaken, ...

      The Bike And Barge Tour Begins

      A travel blog entry by marty387 on Aug 17, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... were two separate single beds that could not be moved together. The bathroom was tiny, but did have a full shower. After unpacking, we met Erik, our second tour leader who went over all the safety precautions we would need for our biking trip. We then had a seminar on the use of the bike. Our first bike ride was approximately 12 miles, where we saw an unexpected beautiful countryside, that took us through several ...

      The Last of Paris, then to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on Jun 15, 2012

      ... to target, all the while pretending to talk on the telephone. The best way of dealing with them is to stare at them to let them know they have been recognised, and pass through the area as quickly as possible. It’s a pity this experience is the last experience of Paris.

      The train to Amsterdam is quick, comfortable, convenient, and so much more enjoyable than taking ...

      Is it open?

      A travel blog entry by sixofnine on May 05, 2012

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... us had gone off on our own. When he caught up with us, we asked if he had wanted us to wait, and he said, "Pleeeease". Just as we got back to the boat, Sue fell off and did a lovely roll in the dirt. Fortunatly, it wasn't our Sue -- there are two other Sue's on the boat.
      Today was another holiday for the Dutch -- the celbration of Liberation Day, in which Canadians played a major part.



      A travel blog entry by passier on Oct 19, 2010

      Dear friends and family, Due to circumstances we are already back in The Netherlands. These circumstances where coast with a confrontation with the Iranian immigration department at the Teheran airport. They were not allowing us access to their country and send us on a plain back to where we came from without any good explenation. After we were forced into a ...