Hotel de Logerij

Laône 15, Renesse, Zeeland, 4325 EG, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on LaƓne 15, Renesse.
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Travel Blogs from Renesse

Black Forest, Renesse Army windsurfing comp

A travel blog entry by windystevej on Aug 01, 2014

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... we did take it in pretty good spirits and, by a stroke of very good luck, actually found somewhere to park in Triburg under cover from the pelting rain. Having taken apart the fridge a little, it turned out that it was actually firing up but wasn't switching off the ignition so we left it five minutes and it finally went off. I also did a load of sealing on the top of the van and while it's not yet been tested, feel semi-confident that I may ...

Holland history started here.

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Oct 26, 2013

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... of Orange. Maurits founded the reformed protestant church in 1607 that was the driving force of the fight for independence of the Netherlands.

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My Bourne Identity

A travel blog entry by dawn16 on Dec 20, 2012

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... fireplace. Dorien let me put the logs on and she let me put pinecones on and they burn really well. Marijke made a really nice desert, apple, whipped sweet cream and custard. Delicious. After dinner I go to walk her Newfoundland dog, a giant red fluffy dog, playful and he jumped on me a few times. Then home and I went straight to my bed. It was nice to have a look around today where my parents used to live, ...

And even more gales - fed up now!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jun 09, 2012

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... and do though, so we will leave it until we get a proper connection.

Mid morning we went to find the liquor store to replenish our gin now we know where to get it from. On our way there we saw a fresh fish mobile van but he was also cooking fish and it had a large queue outside, so must be good. On our way back to the boat we could not resist so we had small chunks of fish with spices on and a dressing that we could not give a ...

Country Holland....

A travel blog entry by travandkel on Sep 17, 2010

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... so gorgeous! Very picturesque! These amazing structures date from the 17th Century and are part of a series of windmills, set at different elevations, which drained the land of water.

We then drove a bit more to 'Kinderdijk’, a Dutch village that has 19 well preserved windmills. The mills drain the excess water from the Alblasserwaard polders - which are situated below ...