Herberg Restaurant 't Zwaantje

Address: Groesbeekseweg 106, Mook, Limburg, 6585KH, 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

    Day 15

    A travel blog entry by harryjl on Sep 06, 2015

    6 photos

    ... not good on a full stomach. No.3 George and the Dragon this is a ride were there are to rollercoasters side by side and they race each other, blue is water and red is fire and for some reason fire always won. No.4 Piraņa this is a water ride were you are on a like a rubber biscuit thing with seats and go down rapids and there are indian statues that shoot water at you. That night we had Chinese for dinner at Miriam and ...

    First day in Den Bosch

    A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on May 27, 2015

    ... Cathay Pacific was as poor as KLM was magnificent. Space, seating, food and service highlighted those differences. We'll use KLM in future but not via HK. The past three weeks. The last three weeks since my first entry for this saga have been momentous. We had made a delay to our travel after learning that Atlantis would not be ready for our first planned arrival date-- 6 May. Lucky we did ( by one measure ...

    Thalys to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by vicki-kevin on Jun 23, 2014

    6 photos

    We had to have our suitcases outside our room at 6.45 this morning, as they were being taken up to Amsterdam separately. This was so we didn't have to manhandle them on and off the train ourselves, so it was worth the early start. We were on the Thalys high speed train (300 kph) in first class! Kevin and I had single seats facing each other across a table in the centre, so I managed to get the one facing forwards this time, and he had to go backwards again ;) ...

    Amsterdam. Wheels.

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 19, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... when it comes to town planning. I frankly think it is brilliant. I'm not so keen on the bullish behaviour but to see whole families out on their bikes doing what every family does, was just great. They were all chatting together enjoying the outdoors while still getting around. The canals too are loosely based on a spoke and wheel construction. There are barges, boats, buses, trams and trains for public transport. Everyone was mobile and moving. When the canal tour was over we ...

    DOORN (June 7-10)

    A travel blog entry by rob_and_carla on Jun 07, 2012

    7 photos

    ... us home, we had a drink with Cees and Sandra, and then we went to bed! Another day well spent!

    The next day we didn't do much of anything, it was our last day before our flight home, we did some essential shopping (cheese, licorice, candy, thank-you gifts for Cees & Sandra and a birthday bottle of port for Nico, friend of ours who was having a birthday party that night). At 5 PM we went to the birthday party. It was an interesting party, with a ...