Haje Hotel Heerenveen

Address: Schans 65, Heerenveen, Friesland, 8441 AC, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Schans 65, Heerenveen, is near IJsselmeer (Lake IJssel).
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    Travel Blogs from Heerenveen

    Hunter gatherer cycling adventure

    A travel blog entry by ric_cheetham on Jul 05, 2015

    ... a drunk Dutch couple from a balcony across the road, the chavy man had his top off and was wearing a baseball cap, I set off before the rain stopped thinking that Sneek wasn't that great. Another tree stop for the final shower and I was back, victorious, ish. K: I was getting quite concerned that cheetham had been struck by lightening at this point-so much so she fell asleep (only briefly)! And then with a knock on the van window the great adventurer had returned and with lunch, ...

    Waterspoutcamping Heeg: De Burd 25a, 8621, JX Heeg

    A travel blog entry by ric_cheetham on Jul 04, 2015

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    Found the site easily enough even though I had forgotten the address. It was further out of the way than we expected which was nice. The temperature was around 32c when we arrived so we enjoyed laying out in the shade and going for a dip in the murky river. After a bbq we spent the evening sat next to the river and watched the sunset, perfect start to our hols and we stayed in Heeg for 3 ...

    Family Dijkstra and dikes

    A travel blog entry by lkooistra on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... left in the town but they are distant relations and there was no time to look them up.
    In the afternoon we visited a UNESCO site, the Wouda Gemaal, the largest steam powered pumping station still operating in the world. It was built in 1918 to pump water out to the sea. At times we were 20 feet below sea level during our travels. This pumping station is no longer used on a regular basis but maintained in ...

    Cycling and tanning

    A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... The wind started to pick up and the kite boarders and wind surfers came out of the woodwork. I think that this must be one of the better areas to partake in wind sports as the wind is both strong and steady. After watching the kite boarders from the top of the main dyke for a while, we rode home along the front of the dyke for around 3 kms. The dyke slopes down to the sea at an angle of around 45 degrees and is tarred. The ...

    Underwater camping

    A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jun 05, 2015

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    Today we decided to make a move up to the far north of Holland to a place called Lauwersoog. Lauwversoog is a World Heritage Site and is interesting in that the open sea is separated from the inland lake by a huge dyke. The sea water to the north of the dyke is salt whilst the water to the south of the dyke is fresh and possibly as much as 15 meters below the mean sea level.

    On the way ...