Hotel de Logerij

Laône 15, Renesse, Zeeland, 4325 EG, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Renesse

Back in the Netherlands

A travel blog entry by westolz

... in the shape of a 7-pointed star. There is one main street, one windmill, one main church and one main wall --all of them very picturesque! The church, octagonal in shape, dates back 400 years and was the first Protestant church in the Netherlands! The town is named after William the Silent, born almost 500 years ago. His great-grandson, William III married Mary II of the Stuart family, and later they were jointly crowned ...

In Rotterdam

A travel blog entry by kerrieflett


... at the Hema and pottered around the shops. Tonight all of Gary's family came over to dinner. Yella has grown very tall. Maurice looks surprisingly well considering everything he has been through. Everyone is positive and cheerful. I understood some of the conversation but everyone was good to try and remember to speak English for ...

The Attic on Iris Street

A travel blog entry by rachnits


... and flasks of tea and we spent the whole next day touring the Province of Zeeland. In the 50’s they had a devastating flood in which many people died. Since then a lot more land has been ‘reclaimed’ from the water and new storm barriers have been built. The whole place is criss-crossed with canals to manage the water levels and keep the dry land dry. (The answer to 'Why are Dutch people so tall?' Because they all live below ...

That was continental Europe

A travel blog entry by pearcy


... not been to before, skirting Amsterdam on the ring road, then down the A4 passing Leiden and Den Haag.

I arrive in Hoek in plenty of time and have time to park up in the square and have a couple of coffees and a piece of chocolate cake in the warm sun.
I also pop my sea sickness pills just to be on the safe side, the sea looks calm but it is nearly 8 hours to cross to Harwich.


How To Push Back The Sea

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts


... is a tunnel under the road we take after departing from the bus. It has a lovely echo to it, and we spend time out of the rain finding the frequency. It 's a little higher than my normal talking voice and makes the lights rattle when we hit it. I think of Tim in his kitchen in Berlin, changing his vocal patterns to suit the walls when he talks.

A short walk from here is an information centre on the Delta and the dykes. Rather skeletal in information, there is a ...


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