Fletcher Hotel

Address: Gertrudis Boulevard 200, Bergen op Zoom, Zuid-Holland, 4615 MA, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Gertrudis Boulevard 200, Bergen op Zoom.
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Travel Blogs from Bergen op Zoom

Simon writes the blog today

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 26, 2014

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... the ingenuity of man. After a leisurely breakfast Eileen and Simon helped to get us underway. As soon as we were on the river Lek we saw a barge come fast round a 90 degree bend from the adjacent river. The bargee performed an amazing skid turn skilful and practiced obviously. We spotted Rotterdam sky scrapers in the mist. Eileen and Simon took turns on the helm for the next couple of hours avoiding ...

A watery tale

A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Aug 01, 2014

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... nice views over one of the canals. Our room was not ready so we dumped our stuff and walked to the Rijksmuseum a 15 minute walk away. It is worth while getting tickets beforehand in order to avoid any queues. The museum has been under refurbishment for several years so it was the first chance to see it for some time. It is laid out according to the centuries and rooms contain not only the art but also the furniture and other decor of ...

ROTTERDAM TO THE HAGUE.

A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 21, 2014

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... we were cooking a couple of days ago, the weather reminds me of Melbourne. The first stop was at Delf, a Dutch picture postcard old town at the half way mark. Delf is famous for its Delfware Pottery, (blue stuff) 11-13th century town square and houses, its association with the Dutch Royals and the painter Johannas Vermeer. It is also famous for an explosion in the gunpowder store on 12 Oct 1654 which ignited 30 tonnes ...

Welcome to Kinderdijk

A travel blog entry by lindablaire on Aug 28, 2013

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The Baldur sailed 120 kilometres during the night from Amsterdam to Kinderdijk, the UNESCO sight of the windmills of south Holland. The windmills were used to pump water from the land which is below sea level to the rivers. In early times there were 150 windmills in the area. There are now only 28 of which 16 are in the Kinderdijk area that are still working. Most of the windmills were built in the 1700's. ...

Bergen op zoom

A travel blog entry by kristinmccreery on Jul 03, 2013

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... Not much going on there because most shops close at 6, but we did get wiener schnitzel for dinner, with more frys and mayo. What we really wanted to see was a tulip field, but unfortunately all the flowers get cut mid may so no tulips for us. We did see a few windmills from out the train/ car windows. The next day we went to Delft with Joep, it's about 45 mins away and home to ...