D Orangerie

Kleine Gracht 4, Maastricht, Limburg, 6211, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Maastricht

Day 1 Blowing in the wind

A travel blog entry by hendrikus1952


Blowing in the wind as a title is not taken by coincidence ! From Afferden onwards, while listening to good old Bob Dylan, someone above thought it is time fot "some" rain and a strong south west wind that kept me struggling the whole 92 km. Nevertheless it was great to be on tour again
This first day brought back all the learnings from the past which gives a lot of confidence for the ...

Heidelberg to Aachen

A travel blog entry by analegge


... in Germany if you search out the fantastic bakeries and pubs. Walked all the way back to the hotel, checked out then set of along the Autobahn to Koblenz. Parked and walked the bridge over the Rhine, grabbed another coffee and a ham roll, a bit of a walk then off to Aachen. Aachen has a huge Dom (cathedral) and the ...

Day trip on Ascension Day, De Maasduinen

A travel blog entry by reminiscence


... around the Reindersmeer (think its a lake). Had a meal there too at Sluis Bosbrasserie just beside the national park entrance. Didnt know what I was eating until someone told me its veal. oops...nice food though. Then decided to head to Cologne as it was still early in the afternoon at 1.30pm

Auf Wiedersehen Deutschland

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures


... its people and its geography. Take this last week in Germany.

Camping Regenbogen - Bad Liebenzell - Freitag 2-5 Mai 2014.

Bad Liebenzell is a spa town in the Nagold Valley to the north of the Black Forest. Both this and the Neckar valley are now firm favourites with the three of us in Germany. The walks in the forest take some beating particularly on a warm sunny day. Not only are they spectacular, ...

Tour of Maastricht, Netherlands

A travel blog entry by dft


... of this was done in English so the effect was that much more enjoyable. After about an hour and a half, we had some free time to explore on our own.

Gary and I walked across the Sint Servaasbrug bridge over the Meuse River (Maas, in Dutch) to the other side of town and found it was just as lively and upscale. We needed to be back on the ship by 12:30 because the rest of the day was spent cruising the 80 mile ...

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