Herberg Restaurant 't Zwaantje

Address: Groesbeekseweg 106, Mook, Limburg, 6585 KH, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Groesbeekseweg 106, Mook, is near Liberation Museum 1944, Liberation Museum 1944, and de Goffert Stadium.
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        Travel Blogs from Mook

        A terrible message of warning

        A travel blog entry by aysa.peters on Oct 31, 2015

        ... and crimes against humanity by the international criminal court in The Hague since 2005 but has evaded capture.

        Conclusion of this weeks entry is that no matter how stable the country is, always keep your eyes open. Don't go wandering through national parks alone, definitely not after nightfall. Some tips I picked up in the last couple of weeks is to try finish traveling before dark, to not go to the north of ...

        Meeting old friends at Geldermalsen

        A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jun 16, 2015

        7 photos

        One of the wonderful stories from our first trip to The Netherlands was our surprise meeting with Ton and Geiske Verschoor on a dijk above a poldar in North Holland. They hosted us at home and since then have been warm correspondents by email, with neither pair having any idea when we'd meet again. When we let them know we were coming back they keenly responded to ...

        4 months and 18 years

        A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Aug 13, 2014

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... to work while driving so my co-pilots for the trip were Lily and Ruby for half way each. Of course the Netherlands is known for being very flat but it is still a surprise that almost as soon as you arrive in the country it is noticeable how flat it is compared to Germany, I'm not sure why that is? We stopped for some lunch near to our destination as we saw a parking place in some woods so just pulled in and the girls had a bit of an explore ...

        Amsterdam. Wheels.

        A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 19, 2014

        1 comment, 11 photos

        ... The couple from Nova Scotia, who had had their introduction already, spoke warmly of this experience of tasting it, so I felt comfortable giving them all a taste. No-one turned up their noses. After breakfast we boarded a canal barge and were given a tour of the canals of Amsterdam. The buildings are tall and thin because of an early tax on the amount of land taken up by your property. They created the smallest footprint but the largest sustainable height. They built houses ...

        DOORN (June 7-10)

        A travel blog entry by rob_and_carla on Jun 07, 2012

        7 photos

        ... a heat lamp, we were all quite comfortable!

        The next day Rob and I visited my friend Mia, and later on Ellen joined us there as well. Mia's two children, Diantha (22) and Waldrick (16?) were home too, and it was so nice to see them again, and to get to know Diantha a little better in particular. We chatted for quite a long time, had "bitter ballen", a deepfried delicacy which you can only relate to if you are from, or have been in, Holland - it's ...