De Drie Linden

Address: Rijt 2 , Luyksgestel, Noord-Brabant, 5575 CD, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rijt 2 , Luyksgestel.
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Travel Blogs from Luyksgestel

Get ready Brussels The Tomsies are on their way!

A travel blog entry by sgcb on Aug 20, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... up in double quick time as mum and dad slept through their alam. When we arrived at the Mecure Hotel we checked in got changed and headed out to explore Brussels. We bought some chips with mayo and chips with dippy to eat on the way. We first came across a little boy peeing! No not a real one a statue it was really funny. Mummy told me they dress him up but he wasn't today. Then we went to the grand place it was beautiful and ...

Last day before departure

A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jun 08, 2015

We've spent the last day with final little jobs before we set off from Den Bosch. We've spent time with the cabinet maker getting plans straight for some mods in the galley and also repairs to two of the windows which had their rubber surrounds perished. You don't notice these things until the windows have to be opened. We also ...

Camp Vught

A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 28, 2014

... their clothes ( this is in the cold winter), after 14 hrs. The door was opened, and 10 women were dead.

There were 12,096 children who were transported from this concentration camp to their death camp. The youngest was 6 days old. The oldest was 16. The 6-day old child was born having difficulties. They saved him and sent him to a Death Camp! There is a Children's Monument with a toy top, a doll, a truck, a teddy bear and books below the lists of children's names.

1933 ...

Day 3 from London to amsterdam

A travel blog entry by barbanddan on Jul 03, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... your coach chair into someone's knees 3 full times - show up to the meeting spot 15 minutes late because you decided to go to the gift shop even though 40 other people had to wait - chain smoke, not shower once so far because you're too tired, and then crawl on a crowded coach - take even more pictures than you normally would in places where there are signs that say "No photos" (I'm looking at you, Milne) -scream at a poor Chinese man who was only ...

My Indian Home Town, Holland Reunion & Job Hunting

A travel blog entry by foegoer on Feb 09, 2011

72 photos

... for a while ;-)

Flying back to Incredible India…just a brief stop until I jump on board again…to Holland! One week I find myself again I the midst of it all. The biggest difference between Nepal and India: In India you find MORE of all…more people, traffic, cows on the streets, colors, spices, traditions, festivals and craziness (in the good & bad)! Although I am more connected with Nepal now, it is still great to be back in India again.