De Ruwenberg Conference and Training Center

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

Family and Friends

A travel blog entry by adventureisus on Feb 28, 2014

2 comments, 74 photos

... in Reeuwijk, 40th birthday weekend and family "walk in day". Also stand-up comedians, lots of machinery and farm visits and an excursion to All Green are hits. Getting our hands dirty on Jeroen and Carola’s tree nursery is another fun day.

The Van Echtelt family day starts off with one hour kick boxing. This is a highly recommended family activity and can sort out many old gripes. Everybody joins in; even oma gets a good kick in and opa put the ...

I'm here, alive but tired

A travel blog entry by akwoman59 on Jul 08, 2012

16 photos

... is a rude. intrusive, angry bunch of people who seem to like making life miserable BEFORE you ever get on a plane or entry the country to do something here. The Dutch counterpart was, very thorough but polite and pleasant. I forgot to take my money belt off and the xray spottend it so I had to be patted down. No sweat, took of the belt, they did the pat down and that was done. They did decide that the small jar of fireweed honeyhad to stay. So be it. ...

The Last of Paris, then to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on Jun 15, 2012

... most famous graves, and most visited, is that of Oscar Wilde, which is protected by a glass screen as so many people were kissing the monument that it was getting destroyed. Now people appear to be kissing the screen instead. Oscar Wilde broke the law, but his punishment was certainly disproportionate to the crime. At least his fame, perhaps closely entwined with his infamy, ...

Ending

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 ...

Tull en t'Waal

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Apr 11, 2009

12 photos

My late father's cousin, Loes and her husband Henk live just south of Niewegein. With the help of their two sons, Bas and Jort, and extended family, they have run a business selling Agas and stoves there for the past 30+ years. Tonny, Peter and Mum met us there. We shared coffee, cake and stories, whilst the kids buried snails and shells in the sandpit. Henk is ...