Het Maashotel

Address: Veerweg 9-11, Broekhuizen, Limburg, 5872 AE, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Veerweg 9-11, Broekhuizen.
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        A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Nov 03, 2015

        31 photos

        ... the Canadian Support Unit in Geilenkirchen. Dan and I served together in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia back in the mid-90s.

        Our next blog will feature some photos around their little town of Gilrath and of the Roach family.
        Apparently we can even FT from their home so once I post this blog, I may try a quick FT with some folks.

        Take care and by the way, they do have Indian summers in Europe too - amazing weather - high teens and going to 18C tomorrow. Stay warm!!!

        Uden to the North

        A travel blog entry by ahbard on Oct 09, 2015

        4 photos

        ... trip from Amsterdam to the south was not registered (the system is new...) and so free. The trains, so far, are easy to use, comfortable, not crowded and quiet. This trip will be three hours with a change of trains and train company, which means swiping off and back on again. Signage at the station is not clear and I nearly miss my connection, hurrying up the platform waving at the conductor. My Lost and Found count ...


        A travel blog entry by ahbard on Oct 08, 2015

        1 comment, 20 photos

        Over breakfast we discuss what today will bring. There are many choices, but I choose Rotterdam. I haven't been there before and it is Wim's home town, the place where he grew up and I love the stories that come with these visits. Some Facts: Rotterdam has the largest cargo port in Europe but is not close to the city. AT the beginning of WW11, the centre of Rotterdam was ...

        Home is not a place

        A travel blog entry by gabyvdsanden on Jul 30, 2015

        1 photo

        ... When my parents or brother where ready to go home after a tree week holiday I always wanted to stay. Later on when I traveled by myself I did miss my friends and family at times, however I never knew what it was to feel really homesick. Feelings of sadness nervousness and anxiety where opposites of the joy and freedom I felt during traveling . I always thought feeling homesick was for weak people and really easy to snap out of as long ...

        Amsterdam to the Rhine

        A travel blog entry by joshnjess on Aug 20, 2014

        4 photos

        ... for their efficiency. There is no more evidence of this then their toilets. To go to the toilet you wait in line at a turnstile. When it is your turn you pay 70 euro cents and collect a ticket. The ticket has holographic protection like a currency. You do your thing and leave through the turnstile. Then you use your ticket to receive 50 euro cents off your instore purchases. It is extremely foreign to the Aussies and Kiwis on board. Welcome to Europe. We went through ...