Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Erica

Address: Molenbosweg 17, Berg en Dal, Gelderland, 6571 BA, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Molenbosweg 17, Berg en Dal, is near Liberation Museum 1944, Liberation Museum 1944, Museum Het Valkhof, and de Goffert Stadium.
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    Travel Blogs from Berg en Dal

    Liberation Museum

    A travel blog entry by lenorelucy on Apr 11, 2015

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    Cloudy and somewhat rainy day so it was good timing to visit the Liberation Museum where the allies invaded northern and western Holland in February 1944 called Operation market garden. It lasted until the fall of 1944 and many lives were lost, mostly from the paratroopers. We "lounged" in the afternoon as the day was not good for ...

    Wurzburg to Bamberg 129km-Friday 27th March

    A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Mar 27, 2015

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    Bamberg, the "Franconian Rome' at the entrance of the Main-Danube Canal has an abundance of historical buildings for which it obtained World Heritage Listing in 1983. This morning before our arrival in Bamberg we viewed a power point presentation on Germany as well as enjoyed a traditional German custom as a pre-lunch snack eating sausage, pork and drinking beer, We arrived ...

    Kinderdijk

    A travel blog entry by jgilmer on Dec 05, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    Cruised until early afternoon. Sampled Jenever which is the national drink of Netherlands. Made of Juniper berries, it tastes like gin. Today is St Nicholas day in the Netherlands. Visited windmills at Kinderdijk. These windmills were built between 1728 and 1732. The yellow rings under the cap are so the sails don't touch the ground. The more rings are added in order to raise the heights. You must be ...

    Cruising

    A travel blog entry by vicki-kevin on Jun 24, 2014

    13 photos

    ... and sold at the local flea market. You could buy your bike on Monday, have it stolen on Tuesday and buy it back on Wednesday! They call it 're- bike- eling' . boom boom! Most of the houses in Amsterdam are very narrow, but high with 4 or 5 storeys. She showed us the narrowest house in the city, which is 1.1 metre wide! They are narrow because the people paid taxes on the size of their frontage, so it was to their advantage to have a ...

    Way back home

    A travel blog entry by vincenttravel on Aug 09, 2013

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    Before I left a lot of people told me that this would be 'the trip of a lifetime.’ I disagree. I think and hope that this summer will have been the first of many. Perhaps they will not be as long as this one, or perhaps they will be, it does not matter. How long you are away in one stretch is not really that relevant for how much you can enjoy yourself. When my next trip will be I do not know, nor where it is going. However, I know one thing:

    It’s ...